How to get revert file back

I have created a new branch and accidentally revert a file, i don't have any backup, my changes are in that file, please tell me how to get that changes back.

thanks in advance.

4 answers

See if your OS has stored the changes. Both Mac and Windows have features that will sometimes store previous versions of files.

No, i have tried to undo (ctrl+z) file. i did not get code. Is there any option to get back code...?

thanks for your reply..

Did you ever commit the version of the file you are trying to restore?

no i did not commit my changes.

If you never committed the changes, then SourceTree / git aren't going to be able to help you.  You'd have to try to use an operating system level solution, as Seth has suggested.  SourceTree shouldn't have let you revert a file and override uncommitted changes, though, at least not without an additional dialog box warning you of what you were about to do.

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