Felipe Contreras wrote:
> Atsushi Nakagawa wrote:
> > Ok, the typical use case is: I'm on 'master' and I make a few test
> > commits. Afterwards, I want to discard the commits and move back to
> > 'origin/master'. I could type 'reset --hard origin/master' and risk
> > blowing away dirty files if I'm not careful. Or, I could use "reset by
> > checkout" and be carefree.
> Doesn't 'git reset orign/master' do that?
Unless you want to keep the staged files, in which case adding the
--stage and --work options I originally suggested would help.
So you could do `git reset --no-stage --no-work origin/master`
Which is essentially the same as `git update-ref refs/heads/master
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