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You're misunderstanding 'ORIGIN-HEAD' which is where you last were when you last changed branches. It's a commit that hasn't been pushed upstream.

You should see a master branch that behaves consistently (except that since it is not 'current' you can delete it).

You should also see a 'wrongMaster' branch that is just clutter.



On 11/07/2013 13:45, Adolfo Sanchez-Barbudo Herrera wrote:
On 11/07/2013 13:23, Ed Willink wrote:
Just need to solve the inelegance that considers
'wrongMaster' to be the current branch.

That sounds the problem I had one time. At that moment didn't know either, some git-based commands could make the the HEAD of the remote repository (ORIG-HEAD) be in place.

I've just fetched from upstream, and indeed, I see the the ORIGIN-HEAD in an old commit:

commit 1a5d322b407895667d010cc5ac187b321f15fe37
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