We all know about Git but I want to share little bit about that, In daily base where I am using, it is basic cheat sheet need to all developers.
Lots of code conflict had been when we were working in a team to completed project. That time we decided to have one cheat sheet on our office wall above desk.
git clone https://name-of-the-repository-link
Git New branch, list, deleting:
git branch -b (branch name) git branch or git branch --list git branch -d
git checkout (branch name)
git switch means you have already created branch.
git switch (branch name)
Git Status Command for:
like current branch, commit, push or pull, files staged, unstaged or untracked, files created, modified or deleted
git add git add -A (for everything)
git commit -m "commit message"
Git Push: for upload local repo content
- git push: it is commonly used to upload local repository content to a remote repository.
- git push --set-upstream: Branch 'branch Name' set up to track remote branch 'branch Name' from 'origin'.
- git push -u origin: For push working existing branch .
git push git push --set-upstream git push -u origin
Git Pull: for git fetch from local repo which will merge branch
Git Merge: for merge branch to another
git checkout (branch name) git fetch git merge
Thank you for reading.