git checkout -f master VS git reset
I want to revert all the uncommited changes in current branch say '
master'. Whats the best one to use amoung the following and WHY??:
git checkout -f master
git reset --hard <last commitID>
I want to reset the contents of my working directory to match some revision without changing the commit my current branch is pointing to, as git reset does. git checkout --patch does this, but it does
I have a git repository that is tracking several remote branches: $ git branch -a * master remotes/git-svn remotes/origin/master remotes/trunk When I try to setup a default one I get the following er
I've done this git commands: git reset --hard hash git push -f All was good locally, I don't see any commits after 'hash' commit. All was good after pushing too, there were no errors, but on Bitbucke
When I say 'git checkout ' I want zsh to autocomplete names of my git branches. Is that possible?
Please help to make Head point to master in git I tried to git rebase HEAD master and git checkout master Nothing of those helps. Updated: Strange I tried: git symbolic-ref HEAD refs/heads/master
I type in git checkout origin/master at the command line and at first am giving the following prompt: Deletion of directory 'dirname1/dirname2' failed. Should I try again? (y/n) It fails pretty much
If you add the following script as a hooks/post-receive hook to a bare git repository foo.git: #!/bin/sh GIT_WORK_TREE=/bar git checkout -f then whenever someone pushes to the repository the current
I would like to merge from FeatureBranch to master, without doing ,,checkout master'' first. I've tried (being in FeatureBranch) git push . master but I got (to a degree of surprise) : Everything up-
I'm not sure what I'm doing differently, My desired behaviour is: $ git checkout master error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by checkout: test.py Please, commit your
I have a file, foo.txt Create and checkout branch 'branch_A' git mv foo.txt bar.txt followed by git add -A then git commit -m renamed foo.txt Checkout master, git checkout master remove foo.txt and
I did a git pull and got an error The following working tree files would be overwritten by merge... Please move or remove them before you can merge. To resolve this I did the following git fetch git
We are using Git for our project. Repository is rather huge (.git folder is about 8Gb). We are using git checkout -f in post-receive hook to update working tree. The problem is that checking out of
Is there any way to recover uncommitted changes to the working directory from a git reset --hard HEAD?
Is there a way to execute git push and git push heroku master all in one line on the command prompt? It is cumbersome and time-consuming to go git push, wait, wait, then git push heroku master
I use this command in Git: git checkout -b test1 and then come back again in master branch using git checkout master and then I type this command to see the unmerged branches: git branch --merge an
I want to reset to the state of a remote. Using normal git I would do something like git reset --hard origin/HEAD. I am using git-tfs. Does anyone know how to do this with git-tfs?
While trying new android ide i meet a problem when i can't import progect from local server git repository (\server\git-repo\android\progect). In Eclipse EGit plugin everything works fine. Clone Faile
I am trying to recover my work. I stupidly did git reset --hard, but before that I've done only get add . and didn't do git commit. Please help! Here is my log: MacBookPro:api user$ git status # On br
If I set up a post-recieve hook in git like #!/bin/sh GIT_WORK_TREE=/var/www/www.example.org git checkout -f Will that delete files that are on the server but not on my local git repo? If it will, i
My usual workflow to update my self-compiled software is git clean -xfd git reset --hard git pull ./configure # ... What would be the equivalent for clean -xfd and reset --hard in Mercurial?
Using git, I can throw away a mistaken or accidental commit using a command like git reset --soft HEAD^ which resets the current branch (such as master) to the current revision's parent commit HEAD^
I ran in to this particular situation I did a git clone on a new folder on my local for the master branch , when I do git status it shows modified: sites/all/themes/DIR/css/style.css # modified: site
I am git newbie. When I hope to reset hard to discard all local modification, git return merge conflict HEAD is now at 3291a25 will create merge conflict 1 my operation: about half a month I commit
I have my master branch and do this: git checkout -b parentBranch git ... (do some commits) git checkout -b childOfParentBranch (this is while still on branch parentBranch) git ... (do some commits)
If I make changes to the working tree and have not yet committed, and I would like to revert the changes I have made, is there a difference between git reset --hard HEAD and git checkout . ?
I just made tried to do git checkout master and I got this error: macoss-MacBook-Pro-10:Marketing owner12$ git checkout master error: The following untracked working tree files would be overwritten by
I'm apparently terrible at using git, despite my best attempts to understand it. From kernel.org for git push: -u --set-upstream For every branch that is up to date or successfully pushed, add upstr
I'm new to git and now I'm in this situation: I have four branches (master, b1,b2,b3) after I worked on b1-b3, I realized I have something to change on branch master that should be in all other branc
I am on master branch and I did 2 local commits(not pushed) on top of commit which is pushed to remote. I want to to get my local working master branch in sync with remote.So i ran the command git che
I have a local branch master tracking a remote branch origin/master. When I checkout master like this: git checkout refs/heads/master I end up with a detached HEAD: Note: checking out 'refs/head
I have a master branch and a es branch. es has been reconstructed locally: git checkout master git checkout -b es2 git cherry-pick A C E D git branch -D es git checkout master git branch -m es2 es wh
My problem is related to Fatal Git error when switching branch. I try to fetch a remote branch with the command git checkout -b local-name origin/remote-name but I get this error message: fatal: git
Is it possible to do the equivalent of git checkout from within Eclipse using the EGit plugin? I have a file that's been modified. I want to discards the changes and revert the file back to what's in
After doing git reset --hard I expected to see 'HEAD is now at hexNumber' and then 'on branch master....nothing to commit. Instead I see wb316-mac03:MoodTrack student$ git reset --hard HEAD is now
I have a bunch of changes in a development branch in git and I need to rebase those onto master. Rebase gets confused, so I was going to use git checkout dev_branch -- . to get a copy of all those cha
I am not sure where to search from as the error list is as long as the bottom. But generally this is what I did. What I did: git clone url . git add abc.txt git commit -m testing git push origin mas
I did git checkout master. If I do git status it shows two changed files in my working directory, even though I haven't touched them. It appears to be some sort of line ending issue. git reset --hard
When I checkout, I get: me@localhost# git checkout master D deps/example M deps/example2 Switched to branch master The man page doesn't mention this cryptic output. What does it mean?
I would like to reset the master branch to a previous commit so that if someone uses the GUI (and ONLY uses the GUI), they can do a simple clone a get the reset version. I did a Visualize Master's Hi
I have a tracked file (an old versioned file) that i modified on master branch. The staus on master branch shows this file as modified but The status on the topic branch also shows this file as modifi
I host on BitBucket when i clone repository or use git pull origin mater and git pull origin my branch it does pull second time, but when i list branches (git branch -v) i only see master doing git st
I accidentally pulled from another branch into my master. I wanted to revert those changes, so I made a: git reset --hard HEAD^1 Now when I do git log, the latest commit is the correct (one step bac
What is the quickest way to checkout revision which is next (later in the time) to HEAD (when you are in detached head state)? This should be something like: git checkout HEAD~-1 but this command do
I have a very big web project with lots of pdf, images, php files. I imported files into svn as a single project. I am using svn shallow checkout to checkout part of sub tree, and then use branch, and
I need help, I had files that were not added to the repo yet. I did git add this.php git add file.php then I decided I wanted to unstage them so I did git reset --hard HEAD Now these files are g
I have modified files in my git repo, but git checkout <file> does not work and neither does git reset --hard. There are no error messages whatsoever. I also have one *.orig and git clean -f doe
EDIT Sorry I forgot about this question. It turns out, he had added the repository incorrectly. We have everything working now and are finding this to be a FANTASTIC way to use Git for free. END EDI
If I delete the entire content of the working directory, then attempt to restore it back using git checkout I received two different behaviors, depending on the command line argument I provide: git ch
I'm a newbie in using git version control, I got this error when running git pull origin master, this is the error : From /opt/mygit/abc * branch master -> FETCH_HEAD error: Untracked working tree
I was wondering if somebody could explain to me how to GIT merge master into a new branch and then clear out master as to have master clean working directory. In other words: master -> PHP since ma