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git-freeze(1)
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NAME
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git-freeze -
include::_git-freeze_desc.helper.txt[]
SYNOPSIS
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[verse]
'git freeze'
DESCRIPTION
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`git freeze` works a lot like `git stash`, in that it stores the current changes
in your working copy and index 'somewhere'. Unlike `git stash`, `git freeze`
stores those changes on your current branch. This effectively allows you to
'pause' development of a branch, work on something else, and then come back to
exactly the same working state later (by running `git thaw`).
`git freeze` will make up to 2 commits on your branch. A commit with the message
`FREEZE.indexed` will contain all changes which youve added to your index (like
with 'git add', 'git mv', 'git rm', etc.). A commit with the message
`FREEZE.unindexed` will contain all changes which were not in your index at the
time you ran git freeze (freshly modified files, new files, etc.).
EXAMPLE
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demo:1[]
SEE ALSO
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linkgit:git-thaw[1]
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