Atsushi Nakagawa <> writes:

> One of the more underrepresented command I use in git use on a regular
> basis is this "reset by checkout".  It's what's currently achieved by
> this convoluted expression:
>   `git checkout -B <current-branch-name> <tree-ish>`
> This is such an useful notion that I can fathom why there isn't a better,
> first-tier, alternative.

Hmph.  checkout *is* the first-tier way to do this.  Why do you even
want to do it via "reset"?  Is it because you learned "reset" first
and then learned how "checkout" with various modes all do useful
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