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reset: improve worktree safety valves
The existing code checked to make sure we were not in a bare repository when doing a hard reset. However, we should take this one step further, and make sure we are in a worktree. Otherwise, we can end up munging files inside of '.git'. Furthermore, we should do the same check for --merge resets, which have the same properties. Actually, a merge reset of HEAD^ would already complain, since further down in the code we want a worktree. However, it is nicer to check up-front; then we are sure we cover all cases ("git reset --merge" would run, even though it wasn't doing anything) and we can give a more specific message. Add tests to t7103 to cover these cases and some missing ones. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <email@example.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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