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re: Hack or maybe not: "Deleting" master when it gets too big VIEW POST

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re: Ooh thanks for identifying that only the local is deleted. So this was my thought process: I thought they were pulling from a forked repo. I also ...
 

The work is always there in the.git folder. You just don't have the "branch".

But once you do git checkout -b my-new-branch origin/master, you'll have an identical copy of origib/master it'll just be called my-new-branch locally.

So when you build your future with, it's built it the latest files.

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