Provided by: git-annex_7.20190129-3_amd64 bug

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,  until  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>

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