Useful Git Commands
This post gives some useful Git Commands which will help you to play with a git repository.
What is Git?
Git is a program that helps to do version control. It is able to keep track of files. This is how Git providing version control. Git created by Linus Torvalds the one who created the Linux kernel.
Check below for some useful Git Commands:
To create a branch:
git checkout -b <branch_name>
To show all branches:
To move to the master branch:
git checkout master
To pull updates: (Only Run from Master branch)
To move to the newly added branch:
git checkout <branch_name>
To get the difference:
To get the status:
To save the changes:
git commit <file_name> -m "comment"
To commit all changes:
git commit -am "comment"
To push the changes:
git push -u origin <branch_name>
It will give a URL. Give that for merging.
To get the whole log:
To pull all files other than the changed ones:
This needs to be done inside the branch
git rebase master
Then, Push Your Changes:
git push -f
To delete a branch:
git branch -d <branch_name>
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