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I use the builtin VC package and it's very nice that when I do a diff of changes in the current file then I can revert any hunk in the diff quickly with C-a

But sometimes I don't want to revert the whole hunk, only certain lines and keep other changes in the hunk. Is it possible somehow? Reverting individual lines, instead of the whole hunk?

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  • Magit can do this by limiting the revert action to the region.

  • With the built-in diff-mode you can get the same kind of effect by splitting the hunk into portions using diff-split-hunk which is bound to C-c C-s by default.

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    I don't use git, so I can't use magit, but I tried diff-split-hunk and it works well. Thanks! – Tom Jul 13 '18 at 12:06

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