On Fri, May 03, 2013 at 02:27:44PM -0700, Dimitar Bonev wrote:

> > > > Is there a git porcelain command to revert the working dir state of a 
> > > > staged file to its HEAD state and at the same time keep the staged 
> > state of 
> > > > the file? 
> >
> > git show HEAD:$FILE >$FILE 
> >
> This has drawback as it uses console redirection so it depends on the 
> console output. On Windows PowerShell has some 
> issues<http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13675782/git-shell-in-windows-patchs-default-character-encoding-is-ucs-2-little-endian>
>  with 
> output encoding. I guess it will work just fine on Ubuntu, however I should 
> test it to make sure it works for non-english language encodings.

This should also work in plain cmd.exe, Git bash and other 3rd-party
implementations like Console.

The fact Git for Windows calls Git bash to handle aliases involving a
shell (those which start with a `!' character) might be employed to
create an alias for your case:

git config --add --global alias.ckout \
        "!set -e -u && git show \"HEAD:$1\" >\"$1\""

Should allow you to do

git ckout filename

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