Branches, such as either [insert branch name] or [insert branch name], serve as markers with arrows indicating a specific commit in the graph. It is important to verify that you are indeed on the designated [insert branch name] branch using [insert command], as [insert command] alters the position of the current branch, which is the branch being referred to.
I have a local branch named
which is also available on
. Is there a way to reset my local deployment branch to match the state of
‘s deployment branch?
Something like the following:
git fetch origin
git reset --hard origin/deployment
Would that be possible?
Please exercise caution as
disregards any uncommitted changes, specifically those in the working tree or the index (staging area). Additionally, ensure that you are indeed on the
git reset --hard
git checkout deployment
consistently alters the position of the current branch, which is indicated by