Carl Baldwin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> For this, I may also use branching, as suggested.  I meant for undo/redo
> to be a lighter weight alternative to allow for a faster context switch.

I have been missing the undo command since I started to use git, so
I'll share a user's perspective. 

I was also considering undo as a really lightweight command, nothing
too fancy. Usually, I want to try implement something wild or stupid,
but almost immediately decide to abandon it. With 'git undo', this
kind of prototyping would be really easy. For me, redo would be just a
backup if (read: when) I undo something important, nothing more. For
anything else I would use branches, as was suggested.

Kalle Valo

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