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git-annex-unannex(1)	    General Commands Manual	  git-annex-unannex(1)

NAME
       git-annex-unannex - undo	accidental add command

SYNOPSIS
       git annex unannex [path ...]

DESCRIPTION
       Use  this to undo an accidental git annex add command. It puts the file
       back how	it was before the add.

       Note that for safety, the content of the	file remains in	the annex, un-
       til you use git annex unused and	git annex dropunused.

       This  is	 not  the  command you should use if you intentionally added a
       file some time ago, and don't want its contents any more. In that  case
       you  should  use	 git  annex  drop instead, and you can also git	rm the
       file.

OPTIONS
       --fast

	      Normally this does a slow	copy of	the file. In --fast  mode,  it
	      instead  makes  a	 hard link from	the file to the	content	in the
	      annex.  But use --fast mode with caution,	 because  editing  the
	      file will	change the content in the annex.

       file matching options
	      The  git-annex-matching-options(1)  can be used to specify files
	      to unannex.

SEE ALSO
       git-annex(1)

AUTHOR
       Joey Hess <id@joeyh.name>

							  git-annex-unannex(1)

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