Replace all code on Bluemix web IDE

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Currently I am working on an application primarily using a local copy of the git repository which I push regularly to the git repository associated with my Bluemix application.

The Web IDE has fallen out of synch and I would prefer to replace all the data rather than trying to fix discrepancies.

What is the easiest way to fully replace the local (Web IDE) branch with the remote (hub.jazz.net) repo?

Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks

Aug 1, 2018 in Git & GitHub by Atul
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I think you can try the following step.

You can see an option when you click the arrow beside Fetch and force fetch will sync your web IDE's local repo successfully.

I hope it will work out for you.

answered Aug 1, 2018 by Damon Salvatore
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