If you’re one of those developers who still don’t use any version control system, I don’t know how you’re still managing to get work done.
In this post, I’m focusing on important git commands that gets all (almost) your work done ( I know you’re a GUI person ).
Utility : To set your user name and email in the main configuration file.
How to : To check your name and email type in git configâ€Š --â€Šglobal user.name and git config â€Š--â€Šglobal user.email. And to set your new email or name git configâ€Š --â€Šglobal user.name = “Dhruv Nenwani” and git configâ€Š --â€Šglobal user.email = “email@example.com”
Utility : To initialise a git repository for a new or existing project.
How to : git init in the root of your project directory.
Utility : To copy a git repository from remote source, also sets the remote to original source so that you can pull again.
How to : git clone <:clone git url:>
Utility : To check the status of files you’ve changed in your working directory, i.e, what all has changed since your last commit.
How to : git status in your working directory. lists out all the files that have been changed.
Utility : adds changes to stage/index in your working directory.
How to : git add .
Utility : commits your changes and sets it to new commit object for your remote.
How to : git commit -m”sweet little commit message”
Utility : Push or Pull your changes to remote. If you have added and committed your changes and you want to push them. Or if your remote has updated and you want those latest changes.
How to : git pull <:remote:> <:branch:> and git push <:remote:> <:branch:>
Utility : Lists out all the branches.
How to : git branch or git branch -a to list all the remote branches as well.
Utility : Switch to different branches
How to : git checkout <:branch:> or **_git checkout -b <:branch:> if you want to create and switch to a new branch.
Utility : Save changes that you don’t want to commit immediately.
How to : git stash in your working directory. git stash apply if you want to bring your saved changes back.
Utility : Merge two branches you were working on.
How to : Switch to branch you want to merge everything in. git merge <:branch_you_want_to_merge:>
Utility : You know when you commit changes that are not complete, this sets your index to the latest commit that you want to work on with.
How to : git reset <:mode:> <:COMMIT:>
Utility : To check what remote/source you have or add a new remote.
How to : git remote to check and list. And git remote add <:remote_url:>
These are the commands that I feel are essential and get things done, at least for me. Comment here if you think I’ve missed something important or if something can be done differently.
This was originally published on Medium
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