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To stage a file for committing, run git add <filename>
git add -A 2.0 git add . In version 2.x, git add . will stage all changes to files in the current directory and all its subdirectories. However, in 1.x it will only stage new and modified files, not deleted files. Use git add -A, or its equivalent command git add --all, to stage all ch...
git rm filename To delete the file from git without removing it from disk, use the --cached flag git rm --cached filename
git reset <filePath>
git add -i (or --interactive) will give you an interactive interface where you can edit the index, to prepare what you want to have in the next commit. You can add and remove changes to whole files, add untracked files and remove files from being tracked, but also select subsection of changes to put...
You can see what "hunks" of work would be staged for commit using the patch flag: git add -p or git add --patch This opens an interactive prompt that allows you to look at the diffs and let you decide whether you want to include them or not. Stage this hunk [y,n,q,a,d,/,s,e,?]? ...
To display the hunks that are staged for commit: git diff --cached

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