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Message 1 of 3

conflicts after ftp transfert

Hi,

I must use git fr a project but I am lost.
My partner have made a change using ftp, since there are conflict.
I've tried a lot of commands, but it's worst.
When I try reset --hard there are <HEAD... adding to my code.
How can I fix conflict and say "ok now we are even, files on server and on bitbucket are the same" ?

Thank you

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Message 2 of 3

Re: conflicts after ftp transfert

Can you give some more details on what exactly you're doing, what you expect to happen, and what is actually happening? I'm not sure how FTP can cause conflicts since Git doesn't use FTP.

 

If you want to make sure that the tracked files in your local working copy are the same as what is contained on a specific branch on a Git remote, you can use `git reset --hard` as you mentioned but you have to give it a branch that is on the remote. For example:

 

🚨WARNING: Unlike most things you can do with Git, the following command IS destructive. Do NOT use it without having a backup. 🚨

 

git reset --hard origin/master

 

The above will set your working copy and the branch you're currently on to be exactly equal to the version of the `master` branch on the `origin` remote.

 

I hope that helps and let me know if you have more questions.

Copilot Lvl 2
Message 3 of 3

Re: conflicts after ftp transfert

I don't use a root access with Git. So I think there is a conflict of owner when it's updated via ftp.