How to discard all changes made to a branch?



I’m working in a branch (i.e. design) and I’ve made a number of changes, but I need to discard them all and reset it to match the repository version. I thought git checkout design would do it, but it just tells me I’m already in branch design and that I have 3 modified files.

How would I discard those changes and get the branch as it stands now on the remote server?


Note: You CANNOT UNDO this.

Try git checkout -f this will discard any local changes which are not committed in ALL branches and master.

Answered By – ismail

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