I know for many of you this makes sense, but, to spare you some time, consider first adding the files to the commit, otherwise you may end up with the so famous “nothing to commit, working tree clean” message.
We are in urgency mode, no time to think, so let’s be pragmatic :
$ git add -A
This command will do just fine. It will add all the new + updated files, and handle all the deleted files. Now we’re good, you can commit whatever you want, and push it to any branch.
And leave the building !