Archives: July 2014
Having still not the automatic reflexes for applying a successful Git branching model, I cleaned up my working repository a little too fast by deleting a hot-fix branch after merging it into the master branch.
$ git branch -d hotfix-2014062501 Deleted branch hotfix-2014062501 (was 742134c).
When I came back to the development branch I was working on before the emergency, I realised that I just forgot to merge the hot-fix into it.
As often with Git, a simple solution exists. We only need the sha1 of that branch last commit, which was conveniently displayed in the output of the deletion command above, and execute this one-liner:
$ git branch hotfix-2014062501 742134c
The branch should now be back as if nothing happened:
$ git branch -v [...] hotfix-2014062501 742134c some helpful comment
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