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Discarding All Local Changes in a File
Hi there and welcome to our series on “Surviving with Git”.
Let’s start with a simple case: undoing local changes in a file that you haven’t committed yet.
So let’s take a closer look. We would like to discard all local changes and have the file exactly as it was when we last committed.
To do this, you can simply right-click the file - select the “discard local changes” option and confirm that. And voila: it’s not amongst the changed files anymore. We successfully undid all local changes in that file.