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@jr0cket I don’t know what online mode is. I’m not using the develop version. But I do have a lot of local stuff 🙂
Do you know whether I’m supposed to get narrowing options when writing the filename?
@U0AQ3HP9U sorry, I am not clear on what you are trying to do, so would need more info to replicate.
If you are reverting a commit, then you shouldn't need to specify a file, just the commit you want to revert to.
If you want to discard changes in a file that are not committed, then you shouldnt need to specify the file either, as you would just navigate to the file name in
magit-status and press
If you can elaborate what you are doing then I may have some suggestions (other than delete all the local branches you dont need).
I’m trying to reset exactly one file file to an earlier commit. I don’t have any uncommitted changes.
magit buffer, I do
O to get to the
reset a file
I then have to enter a commit into
Checkout from revision:, complete with narrowing options. I can choose e.g. a branch name or
HEAD^^ or whatever.
HEAD^^ takes a long time - once I’ve written
HEA, the editor hangs for a while, then the same happens for each subsequent symbol.
Hm, it seems I’m getting narrowing options now when I have to specify the file, after specifying the commit I want to reset to. That’s one problem out of the way.
Now I think I’ll try to remove some state to see if my
Checkout from revision: stage can become more snappy.
I do get helm narrowing when prompted for the file name.
I suggest its either your project or possibly and a bug in the magit package, or there is a fix in spacemacs that is only in develop.
I just opened a simple project with a handful of commits, ran magit status, pressed
O, selected master branch and was prompted with the typical helm narrowing popup to choose the file.
Suggest you try this on a simpler project with fewer branches before changing anything with spacemacs.