Reset master to match remote

Isabelle Viktoria Maciohsek · Git, Repository, Branch · Apr 13, 2021

Resets the local master branch to match the one on the remote.

  • Use git fetch origin to retrieve the latest updates from the remote.
  • Use git checkout master to switch to the master branch.
  • Use git reset --hard origin/master to reset the local master branch to match the one on the remote.
git fetch origin
git checkout master
git reset --hard origin/master
git fetch origin
git checkout master
git reset --hard origin/master
# Local `master` branch is now up to date with remote `master`

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