Posted By: Anonymous
I’d been working on something, and decided it was completely screwed…after having committed some of it. So I tried the following sequence:
git reset --hard git rebase origin git fetch git pull git checkout
At which point I got the message
Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 2 commits.
I want to discard my local commits, without having to wipe out my local directory and redownload everything. How can I accomplish that?
git reset --hard origin/master
will remove all commits not in
origin is the repo name and
master is the name of the branch.