Posted By: hasen j
After the last commit, I modified a bunch of files in my working copy, but I want to undo the changes to one of those files, as in reset it to the same state as the most recent commit.
However, I only want to undo the working copy changes of just that one file alone, nothing else with it.
How do I do that?
You can use
git checkout -- file
You can do it without the
-- (as suggested by nimrodm), but if the filename looks like a branch or tag (or other revision identifier), it may get confused, so using
-- is best.
You can also check out a particular version of a file:
git checkout v1.2.3 -- file # tag v1.2.3 git checkout stable -- file # stable branch git checkout origin/master -- file # upstream master git checkout HEAD -- file # the version from the most recent commit git checkout HEAD^ -- file # the version before the most recent commit