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Mastering Git
Mastering Git

Book Details 
             TitleMastering Git 
         Author: Jawwad Ahmad & Chris Belanger
     Publisher: Razeware LLC
    Language: English
         Format: PDF, EPUB, Source code

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Section I: Beginning Git

This first section is intended to get newcomers familiar with Git. It will introduce the basic concepts that are central to Git, how Git differs from other version control systems, and the basic operations of Git like committing, merging, and pulling.

You may discover things in this section you didn’t quite understand about Git, even if you’ve used Git for a long time.

Specifically, you’ll cover:

  1. Crash Course in Git: Learn how to get started with Git, the differences between platforms, and a quick overview of the typical Git workflow.

  2. Cloning a Repo: It’s quite common to start by creating a copy of somebody else’s repository. Discover how to clone a remote repo to your local machine, and what constitutes "forking" a repository.

  3. Committing Your Changes: A Git repo is made up of a sequence of commits— each representing the state of your code at a point in time. Discover how to create these commits to track the changes you make in your code.

  4. The Staging Area: Before you can create a Git commit, you have to use the “add” command. What does it do? Discover how to use the staging area to great effect through the interactive git add command.

  5. Ignoring Files in Git: Sometimes, there are things that you really don’t want to store in your source code repository.

  6. Git Log & History: There’s very little point in creating a nice history of your source code if you can’t explore it. You’ll discover the versatility of the git log command—displaying branches, graphs and even filtering the history.

  7. Branching: The real power in Git comes from its branching and merging model. This allows you to work on multiple things simultaneously. Discover how to manage branches, and exactly what they are in this chapter

  1. Syncing with a Remote: You’ve been working hard on your local copy of the Git repository, and now you want to share this with your friends. See how you can share through using remotes, and how you can use multiple remotes at the same time.

  2. Creating a Repository: If you are starting a new project, and want to use Git for source control, you first need to create a new repository.

10. Merging: Branches in Git without merging would be like basketball without the hoop—fun, sure, but with very little point. In this chapter you’ll learn how you can use merging to combine the work on multiple branches back into one.

11. Stashes: Git stashes offer a great way for you to create a temporary snapshot of what you’re working on, without having to create a full-blown commit. Discover when that might be useful, and how to go about it. 

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