git ready

learn git one commit at a time
by Nick Quaranto

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smartly save stashes remote tracking branches ignoring doesn't remove a file where to find the git community finding who committed what what git is not how git stores your data converting from svn tagging push and delete remote branches installing git branching and merging pushing and pulling ignoring files the staging area cleaning up untracked files reverting files stashing your changes


find unmerged commits find ancestor commits restoring a directory from history rolling back changes with revert pick out individual commits get a file from a specific revision temporarily ignoring files list remote branches easily fetching upstream changes reflog, your safety net helpful command aliases intro to rebase finding what has been changed exporting your repository text-based graph sharing your changes count your commits interactive adding visualizing your repo checkout tracked remote branch


ribbon/catchup: reading new commits tig, the ncurses front-end to Git what's inside your .git directory reorder commits with rebase easily manage git remote branches keep either file in merge conflicts convert git-svn tag branches to real tags pull with rebase squashing commits with rebase bash auto completion push to only bare repositories zsh git status bash git status bend logs to your will restoring lost commits piecemeal staging fixing broken commit messages


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