How do I revert a git-svn branch to SVN HEAD?
I have a local git repository which tracks a remote SVN repository via
git svn. I have made and committed some changes in the local git repository, but now I'd like to create a branch that reflects SVN HEAD in order to make some changes to the code as it stands in SVN, because I don't want to propagate the changes in my git master to SVN just yet. How can I go about this?
Immediate follow-up: I will need to make and commit changes to SVN HEAD, then merge them back into my git master. How do I go about this? Do I
git merge the 'svn-edits' branch into master, or do I do a
git svn rebase?
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