Alexander Nestorov <> writes:

> How about that:
> +Reset only files who's content changed (instead of mtime modification)::

Much better, yes. I'd say "stat information" instead of mtime (that's
what used in the description of update-index --refresh, and is a bit
more accurate since Git also checks the inode number IIRC).

> +------------
> +$ git update-index --refresh               <1>
> +$ git reset --hard                         <2>
> +------------
> ++
> +<1> Make git realize which files actually changed instead of

s/git/Git/ when talking about "The Git system" (as opposed to "The git
command"). git-gui or other Git clients would also see the index change.

Matthieu Moy
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