Git: Revert Change
Revert a File
git checkout -- file_name
This will update the file file_name in working directory. It'll be from your local repository. Effectively, revert whatever you've done to the file.
Revert a Directory
git checkout HEAD -- dir_full_path
This will update the dir dir_full_path to the commit version in HEAD. (typically the last commit.) Replace HEAD by a commit hash to revert to other version.
Revert a File to Last Commit
# revert file to last commit git checkout HEAD -- file_name
# revert file to the commit before last commit git checkout HEAD^ -- file_name
Revert a File to Specific Commit
# revert a file of specific commit git checkout b9d6f -- file_name
git log to find the commit id.
[see Git: View History/Log]
Remove All Untracked Files
git clean -d -x -f
- -d → Delete untracked dirs
- -x → ignore the .gitignore file. Delete them.
- -f → force it