Git. Undo staged changes in working directory, keeping staged area untouched
Suppose I have staged a few changes:
$ git diff --cached # few changes are stashed + change 1 new blabla - change 2 old + change 2 new blabla - change 3 old + change 3 new blabla $ git diff # no other changes
Now I would like to test my program quickly without change 2. With
git reset head -p; git stash I can rid of change 2 completely. But I don’t want to unstage it, this is just a test, I still want to commit it later on. Therefore I would like to make the changes opposite to the changes from change 2 in my working directory. The result should be like this:
- “git rm .” is not adding the deleted files in the staged area
- How to undo the last commit in git, but keep my changes as unstaged?
- How to view a file including git-staged changes
- Why does checkout sometimes stage a file?
- How do I show the changes which have been staged?
- Undo Add Files in Git
$ git diff --cached # 1-3 changes are stashed + change 1 new blabla - change 2 old + change 2 new blabla - change 3 old + change 3 new blabla $ git diff #change 2 is undone change 1 new blabla + change 2 old - change 2 new blabla change 3 new blabla
How do I achieve this?
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One of your biggest problems comes from the fact that if your changes are independent(ish), then you should probably commit them independently first and treat them as three different commits. IE, use
git commit --interactive (or
git add --interactive) to commit your changes in 3 change commits instead of 1. That lets you much more easily revert one (like #2) using
git revert, or other change-management magic to deal with just the commit you’re looking for in question.