I deleted some files.
I did NOT commit yet.
I want to reset my workspace to recover the files.
I did a
git checkout .
# On branch master
# Changes to be committed:
# (use "git reset HEAD <file>..." to unstage)
# deleted: cc.properties
# deleted: store/README
# deleted: store/cc.properties
The output tells you what you need to do.
git reset HEAD cc.properties etc.
This will unstage the rm operation. After that, running a
git status again will tell you that you need to do a
git checkout -- cc.properties to get the file back.
Update: I have this in my config file
$ git config alias.unstage reset HEAD
which I usually use to unstage stuff.