GlacieReiN

Sunday, 13 December 2015

Git Flow Chart (insert image)

Write to the files in the repository and updating the remote repository locally:

  1. Open the repository in explorer ("cd <repository>").
  2. Create changes in the repository (I created a new file) ("touch <file>").
  3. (In the middle column) The check box on the left of the changed file indicates whether a file is included in the next commit ("git add <file>").
  4. Write a commit message and click "Commit to master" ("git commit -m 'commit message'").
  5. "Sync" the local and remote repositories ("git push <remote> <branch>").








To be continued

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