I’m new to git I searched online but was confused. I was working with the team on a project, each person using a seperate branch. At point “A” I commited and pushed my changes, at point “b” I pushed some updates to github (or so I thought).
After a couple of days I tried to pull some updates from my colleagues branch, it created some conflicts and weird messages so I just deleted my branch from github and cloned his branch (I know not very smart). His branch does not have any of my previous pushed updates.
My first attempt was to get my previous work from github, but my branch was deleted, and then I opened github desktop to check the commit history, and I found out that my changes in point B were not pushed. But I’m pretty sure I did push (or at least commit those updates). I use visual studio 2019 to commit and push.
So now my question is… since my previous changes were committed, is there a way to get my project at point B at least locally from my computer?
This is a major project and I have no idea how to get my changes any help will be appreciated.