How to revert back my local changes using git?

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by mac , in category: Third Party Scripts , a month ago

How to revert back my local changes using git?

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by lizzie , a month ago

@mac 

To revert back your local changes using Git, you can use the git checkout command followed by the file or directory you want to revert.


Here are the steps to revert back your local changes using Git:

  1. Open your terminal or command prompt.
  2. Navigate to the Git repository where you want to revert your changes.
  3. Use the git status command to see the list of changes you have made.
  4. Identify the file or directory you want to revert back.
  5. Use the git checkout --
  6. After running the command, your local changes will be reverted back to the last committed state.


It is important to note that reverting changes using git checkout will discard all local changes made to the file or directory. If you want to keep a copy of the changes you are reverting, you can consider using Git stash or Git reset.