[plt-dev] git wackiness

From: Kevin Tew (tewk at cs.utah.edu)
Date: Tue Apr 20 17:53:54 EDT 2010

That won't prevent you from getting the latest changes from the 
server(possibly having to rebuild), which is what Jay wanted to avoid.

If you create a branch before pulling you can get back to the pre-pull 


David Vanderson wrote:
> If you don't want to create a separate branch for this, you can do:
> git stash
> git pull --rebase
> git stash pop
> The stash command saves off the working tree differences temporarily.  
> That's how I've dealt with this so far.
> Thanks,
> Dave
> Jay McCarthy wrote:
>> tewk: This might work, git branch working_point; git pull --rebase ;
>> git push ; git checkout working_point
>> tewk: git branch saves your current view of the world, which you can
>> come back to after you update and commit
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