Your reference guide for basic Git commands: branch operations, cloning, undoing changes, and more.
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After saving work with git commit, you need a way to share your progress with team members, and the best way to do it is with a push command.
Wondering how to show all commits history starting from the newest commit? The log command is an excellent way to do it extremely fast.
This command allows to clone a git repository, and create a local, fully functional copy of the repo.
Merge is a fairly simple operation, which allows developers to merge changes from one branch to another.
Rebase as a git merge specializes in integrating changes. However, unlike his cousin, rebase has powerful history rewriting features.
Use it to see what files are included in the next commit, which ones are not, or what has changed since the last commit.
It restores changes from a given commit and makes a new commit informing about this event - just like leaving an important note.