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$ git status
What is untracked, modified or deleted. It's good to check this so you don't accidentally commit something to the repo that you really don't want to.
$ git add -A (git add /path/to/a/file)
-A is to add everything you saw in the git status command. Or you could just choose individual files to add
$ git commit -m "message"
This commits the files in the add command to the repo. Use the -m flag to put a message to remind you what it was about.
$ git push origin master
Update the central repo, that you maybe using to deploy to production or share with other developers
$ git log
You may see something like this:
commit e7ae097b99bf9bc558c27401ab2dc4224091ece8 (HEAD -> master, origin/master, origin/HEAD)Author: vagrant <vagrant@homestead>Date: Thu Jun 27 17:15:51 2019 +0000 extra clause in sql queries on the page controllercommit ec29fb38b060857207d6990a9441e4fb70967d03Author: vagrant <vagrant@homestead>Date: Thu Jun 27 16:31:11 2019 +0000 deeper menu, and links on results pages
press "q" to esc from that
$git show ec29fb38b060857207d6990a9441e4fb70967d03:path/to/a/file
After viewing the log and deciding which historic version you want to view. You can now choose a commit to view by selecting the hash and writing the path to the file you want to view.
To create new repository at origin (github.com) from a local repository. Follow this tutorial on github.com as it's the best explanation.
Create new branch and check it out
$ git checkout -b issue53
Remove file from git index
$ git rm --cached path/to/problemfile
List remote branches
$ git ls-remote firstname.lastname@example.org:......
$ git remote show [origin]
Delete remote branch
$ git push [origin] --delete [branch]
Delete local branch
$ git branch -d [branch]
$ git branch -D [branch] (force against warnings)
Checkout the branch that you want to bring merges from another branch into.
$ git checkout master
$ git merge #issue53