I’ve added a few files using the command git add file.txt with the intension of committing it in my github repo but now I’ve changed my mind and want to undo the add. Is there a way for this?
I haven’t committed it yet.
You use the command
git reset <file>
in your case it’ll be
git reset file.txt
You can use
without any file name to unstage all due changes.
git will tell you what is staged, etc, including instructions on how to unstage:
use "git reset HEAD <file>..." to unstage
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