Andreas Schwab <> wrote:
> Atsushi Nakagawa <> writes:
> > 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.
> I think that is what 'reset --keep' is doing.

I must admit, I didn't know about 'reset --keep'.  As you've pointed out,
it does look like the command I was after all along!  And to think that
it's been around since 1.7.1.


Atsushi Nakagawa
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