Evan Driscoll <drisc...@cs.wisc.edu> writes:
> It's not infrequent that I want to discard changes I've made locally to
> files ('git checkout file.txt') and find myself wishing that this was an
> action available from the 'git add --interactive' UI; it feels like it
> would fit in.
Hrm, not really. "git add" is about manipulating the index and its
promise is that it won't touch working tree files. And people rely
on that promise.
I can see how it would be useful to have a UI that is more
interactive than CLI that shows you a list of paths and lets you
pick from the list to run "git checkout" on, but I think "git add"
is a bad match to it.
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