Let's shine the spotlight
on the stage, and choose changes
we need for the page.
When you are working on a project, the staging pane is where changes are prepped for commit.
Staging adds selected file contents to the index, which is like flagging your work as good to go. To start, select the //WIP node to see all your files on the Commit Panel.
Once the //WIP node is selected, a will appear when you hover over a file in the Commit Panel.
You may also click on a file for review in the diff or click the .
For quickly staging changes, checkout the available Staging keyboard shortcuts on hand!
From here you should be set to commit!
Unstage files by selecting a staged file and hitting the button that appears. If you click on a file to view the diff, you can selectively unstage lines or hunks.
If you need to unstage all files, use the button just above the Staged Files section. From here you should be set to commit!
As you review your files, you may meticulously stage lines or hunks of changes or discard changes.
To discard changes, select the //WIP node to summon the icon. This option will discard all changes or discard any multi-selected files.
If more than one changes needs to be discard, multi-select files to multi-discard.
Next, you may discard hunks of changes from the diff of any file.
Alternatively in the staging panel,
Discard Changes is available in the context menu by right-click.