These are my personal git notes for my daily life.
check file status
git clone RepositoryURL
clone a github repository to you local folder.
git add FilePath
add the file you name it.
git add .
add all files you has modified.
git commit -m "your comment for this commit"
commit the changes you have added and add a comment for this change at the same time. (Note: If you miss ‘-m’, it will open a VIM file for you to add comment for this commit after this command)
pull code from remote repository (Note: to avoid overwrite code in remote repository, it is better to use ‘git pull’ before every ‘git push’ )
push your local changes to remote repository
save current changes to current branch
git stash list
list your stash list in current branch
git stash pop
show the latest chage which you stashed
git stash drop
drop the latest stashed code in current branch
git stash clear
drop all stashed code in current branch
open git’s merge tool to handle merge event
show all commit histories, including your local changes
git config --global merge.tool meld
set ‘Meld’ as default merge tool
git config --global mergetool.meld.path /filepath/filepath/
set ‘Meld’ file path to default merge tool
git checkout -b NewBranchName RemoteBranchName
create a new branch based on a remote branch
Git checkout -b NewBranchName Your SHA1 ID
create a new local branch based on a named commit. you can use
gitk to check your SHA1 ID
git reset --soft HEAD~1
Delete the most recent commit, keeping the work you’ve done (Note: this command works for commits haven’t push to remote repository, the number show how many local commit you want to reset)
git reset --hard HEAD~1
Delete the most recent commit, destroying the work you’ve done
git branch --all
show all branches the repository has, including the branches you never used
git checkout BranchName
switch to named branch
git branch -D BranchName
delete named branch
git push origin --delete YourRemoteBranchName
delete named remote branch
git push -u origin YourLocalBranchName
push a local branch to remote repository
git merge BranchName
merge branch (Note the BranchName should be the one your want fetch data from and your current branch should be the one you want get more data)
git log -S "KeywordsInTheFile" --source --all --reverse
search all file’s commit which contains the keyword you mentioned. The command without
--reverse will show the latest one in front.
Any feedback is welcome! :-)
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