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Git for Standalone Developers

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Git for Standalone Developers


  1. 1. Description
  2. 2. Git commands

Description

A standalone individual developer does not exchange patches with other people, and works alone in a single repository[1]

Git commands

git-init to create a new repository.

git-log to see what happened.

git-switch and git-branch to switch branches.

git-add to manage the index file.

git-diff and git-status to see what you are in the middle of doing.

git-commit to advance the current branch.

git-restore to undo changes.

git-merge to merge between local branches.

git-rebase to maintain topic branches.

git-tag to mark a known point.


  1. Title: Git Everyday
    Publication: git
    Author(s): Scott Chacon and Ben Straub
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