(You): I just did a “git add .” and “git commit” and want to undo that (I haven’t pushed the new repo anywhere yet). How?
(JT): Use the git R undone command. (My apologies to The Cable Guy).
(You): I haven’t seen that movie, but I’s gissing that thar be a joke?
(Alexander): I think git repos are local dirs until you push the repository somewhere, so you can just delete the .git directory and start over
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