To force ‘
git pull‘ to overwrite local files, you can use the
'-f’ or ‘
--force ‘option. This will cause Git to discard any local changes and overwrite the local files with the version from the remote repository.
git pull -f
git pull --force
Be careful when using the’
-f ‘or ‘
--force‘ option, as it will overwrite any local changes and you will not be able to recover them.
If you want to keep your local changes and merge them with the changes from the remote repository, you can use the ‘
git stash‘ command to temporarily store your local changes, and then use ‘
git pull‘ to retrieve the latest changes from the remote repository. Once the pull is complete, you can use the ‘
git stash apply‘ command to reapply your local changes.
git stash git pull git stash apply
This will retrieve the latest changes from the remote repository, and then merge your local changes back into the updated version.
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