[PATCH] winsup/doc/dll.xml: update MinGW/.org to MinGW-w64/.org
Mon Mar 8 20:55:40 GMT 2021
On Mar 8 15:20, Ken Brown via Cygwin-patches wrote:
> On 3/8/2021 2:09 PM, Achim Gratz wrote:
> > Brian Inglis writes:
> > > It's normally a merge conflict which will not be satisfied by regular
> > > commands to restore the working files to upstream.
> > So you're pulling on an unclean work tree? That's a no-no, either keep
> > your changes on a separate branch (that you can rebase or merge later)
> > or stash them away for the pull.
> > As Corinna said, if you're prepared to lose any local changes then
> > git reset --hard
> > will do that. But you should be sure you really didn't want any of your
> > unfinished business around any more.
> If the unfinished business consists of local commits that haven't yet been
> applied upstream, then I typically do the following:
> git fetch # Find out if upstream has changed since my last pull. If so...
> git format-patch -n # save n local commits
> git reset --hard origin/master
> git am 00* # reapply my local commits
I'm doing this a bit differently:
git rebase -i origin/master
I like git rebase, it's a very nifty tool, especially using the
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