On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 4:00 AM, Michael Sgier wrote:

> Hi
> I've messed up weather in fgdata. How could i discard local changes and
> only get changes/original files? Git says to be up to date but weather is
> broken.
> Later I'll do my first upload. (groundnetworks.xml etc.) I do alike the
> wiki and after commit simply do a git push?

Hi Michael,

If you know the specific file(s) that need to be returned to official git
head version, then just run:

git checkout file1 file2 file3 ...

That (unceremoniously and without any confirmation) will discard your local
changes to those named files.

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