How to pull after a forced git push?
Suppose I pull changes from a git repo. Then the author of the repo force pushes to the central repo. Now I can't pull since the history is rewritten.
How can I pull the new commits (and abandon the old ones), assuming that the author force-pushed the correct version?
I know this is bad git workflow, but sometimes you can't avoid this.
Have bootstrap push-n and pull-n how in foundation? Or planned it do in future or how i can do custom push-n and pull-n in boostrap? Thanks!
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