[Vm-dev] reattaching a detatched git head...
npasserini at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 09:01:44 UTC 2016
If you do
git reset --soft refs/heads/master
That will leave you in a state in which
- your current branch is master again
- you still have all your files.
There you can commit onto master.
Another posibility (maybe tidier) is to do that in another branch, so first:
git co -b new-branch-name
git add ...
git commit ...
and after you have everything working you go back and update master:
git co master
git merge new-branch-name
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 10:40 AM, Jakob Reschke <
jakob.reschke at student.hpi.de> wrote:
> To determine the correct/best course of action, it might also help to see
> what happened or where your detached head actaully is (oh, the plethora of
> possible puns!). You can look at the history graph with `gitk --all` (it
> should come with git). You can also create, checkout and move branches
> around there or do things like cherry picking, maybe even merging, not sure
> Am 12.10.2016 03:21 schrieb "John McIntosh" <johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.
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