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6.11 Resetting

Also see the git-reset(1) manpage.

x     (magit-reset-quickly)

Reset the HEAD and index to some commit read from the user and defaulting to the commit at point, and possibly also reset the working tree. With a prefix argument reset the working tree otherwise don’t.

X m     (magit-reset-mixed)

Reset the HEAD and index to some commit read from the user and defaulting to the commit at point. The working tree is kept as-is.

X s     (magit-reset-soft)

Reset the HEAD to some commit read from the user and defaulting to the commit at point. The index and the working tree are kept as-is.

X h     (magit-reset-hard)

Reset the HEAD, index, and working tree to some commit read from the user and defaulting to the commit at point.

X i     (magit-reset-index)

Reset the index to some commit read from the user and defaulting to the commit at point. Keep the HEAD and working tree as-is, so if the commit refers to the HEAD, then this effectively unstages all changes.

X w     (magit-reset-worktree)

Reset the working tree to some commit read from the user and defaulting to the commit at point. Keep the HEAD and index as-is.

X f     (magit-file-checkout)

Update file in the working tree and index to the contents from a revision. Both the revision and file are read from the user.


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