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I would like to undo my git pull on account of unwanted commits on the remote origin, but I don't know which revision I have to reset back to.

How can I just go back to the state before I did the git pull on the remote origin?

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To undo a git-pull you could use: 

git reset --keep HEAD@{1}

This command will undo the pull command and return back to the previous state.

In the older version of git the command is something like:

git reset --hard HEAD@{1}

This command can erase all the local changes. You need to be more careful using -- hard option.


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