This post might not belong here, but I didn’t see anything covering this topic when I searched, so here goes…
I’ve been working on a custom plugin, and I’m getting close to being finished with it. I’ve been keeping a repo on Github to track my changes. I don’t know what I did, but somehow I managed to cause my code to stop working in my local repo. I tried
git reset --hard HEAD~1 (as I didn’t make note of the commit hash prior). That didn’t help because i am somehow misplacing the commit that WAS working.
This isn’t the first time i’ve messed up using Github. I want to say “what is the point, if your code gets messed up!” (calm down, Geoffrey!).
I know I can DIFF at Github, but how would I go about that if, E.g. I changed the directory name of a plugin? and need to see code from files in directories with different names, from different commits?