Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:

> Duy Nguyen <pclo...@gmail.com> writes:
>> My setup is a bit peculiar where I do git development on three
>> different machines. Say I updated branch long-branch-name on machine
>> A. Then I continue my work on machine B. I would want to hard reset
>> that long-branch-name on machine B before resuming my work. What I
>> usually do is
>> git co long-branch-name
>> git diff A/long-branch-name
>> git reset --hard A/long-branch-name
> Perhaps
>     git checkout long-bra<TAB>
>     git diff A/!$
>     git reset --hard !$
> In any case, not a Git question, I would have to say.

As a Git question, probably the answers are

        git co long-bra<TAB>
        git diff @{u}
        git reset --hard @{u}

with an appropriate setting of the upstream, perhaps?
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