I'm trying to recover a commit that was lost after an unsuccessful merge after pulling (with the rebase instead of merge option checked). Admittedly I'm not entirely sure about this process, as I was instructed to use it to avoid large merged commits, and that's why I'm in this mess.
After there was a conflict, I clicked 'Continue Rebase' by mistake instead of Abort, and consequently it has wiped out a lot of work. I'm using SourceTree's inbuilt version of GIT.
I would appreciate your assistance in recovering my work, since the commit is now entirely gone from this GUI's history.
Thanks Balazs. Luckily git hadn't deleted the commit. I managed to find and recover it using the terminal and perform a hard reset to restore my lost work.
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