TLDR
Enter a command. For example: jtbl, ykman, git touch, xcv, pipenv.

git checkout

 
Checkout a branch or paths to the working tree. More information: https://git-scm.com/docs/git-checkout.
 
  • Create and switch to a new branch:
     
    git checkout -b {{branch_name}}
     
  • Create and switch to a new branch based on a specific reference (branch, remote/branch, tag are examples of valid references):
     
    git checkout -b {{branch_name}} {{reference}}
     
  • Switch to an existing local branch:
     
    git checkout {{branch_name}}
     
  • Switch to the previously checked out branch:
     
    git checkout -
     
  • Switch to an existing remote branch:
     
    git checkout --track {{remote_name}}/{{branch_name}}
     
  • Discard all unstaged changes in the current directory (see git reset for more undo-like commands):
     
    git checkout .
     
  • Discard unstaged changes to a given file:
     
    git checkout {{filename}}
     
  • Replace a file in the current directory with the version of it committed in a given branch:
     
    git checkout {{branch_name}} -- {{filename}}

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