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Love Brynge12,635 Points
Ran git init on home directory
I accidently ran "git init" on the home directory without specifying any folder and now when I run "git status" I can see all the folders in the computer under "untracked files". I would like to undo this but I dont want to loose anything on my computer, how do I do that?
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 91,250 Points
git reset on the same directory
This should make sure that any staged files in the repo should be unstaged and files unaffected.
Then just make a new directory and do git init in that directory. :-)