Git un-add

Ahh, the joys of working with a new revision control system. When I was just about ready to commit some code, git tells me I've gotta add it.

Sure, that sounds fine and dandy, except I pressed tab and accidently added a trailing "/", committing the folder's contents rather than the folder itself (yeah I know, weird aye?)

So instead of having:

modified:   folder

I had:

deleted:    folder
new file:   folder/.gitignore
new file:   folder/
new file:   folder/
new file:   folder/

Shit! I dont want to delete half a days worth of work! Luckily, to undo this AND keep your changes, simply type:

git reset HEAD drupal_glue

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