Thursday, June 25, 2015

Override local changes with Git

For all SVN users like me, Git is great but a little bit more complex than all stuffs. Imagine, you want to get code from your remote repo and override your local changes (everything your commited on your local repo). This can be done in two step :
  1. Reset your local repo with last fetched head : git reset --hard FETCH_HEAD
  2. Then update local repo with remote one and merge changes : git pull
Hope that could save your day! 

Remove ugly bash (shell) directory highlight colors

Tired of green over blue colors in default Ubuntu shell for directories ? Just type this from your shell console to update your bash profi...