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How To Reset Git Head?

Git version control tool provides reset functionality in order to clear all uncommitted changes and revert to the last commit. This action is called as “reset head”. In this tutorial, we will learn how to Git reset head with different features and examples. List Changes From The Last Commit Before resetting...

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How To Clone Git Branch Command Tutorial with Examples?

git clone command is used to clone branches and git repositories. In this tutorial, we will learn how to clone a git branch in different ways. We will learn clone single branch, clone to a specific folder, clone specific tag etc in this tutorial. List Branches We will start by listing...

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Git Status – Show The Working Tree Status

The git status command is used to display the state of the current working directory and staging area. git status command will list staged changes, current changes. It will not list any history related information. List Tracked and Untracked Files We will start with a simple git status usage. We...

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How To Remove Untracked Files In Git?

As Git source code versioning software uses tracked and untracked terms to track files. We untracked files are generally added newly to the repository but there may be some bulk files those are unnecessary to version. In this tutorial, we will learn different ways to remove untracked files with Git. List...

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How to Install Git on Linux, Mac or Windows?

Git is tool and concept developed by Linux Torvals. Git is free and open source distributed version control system. It has tiny footprint with lignhtning fast performance. It is very good alternative to the SVC, SVN or similar version control systems. It is mainly used by software developers in order...

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Git – Environment Setup and Basic Configuration

Installing git is easy with operating system provided packages like apt or dnf. We can track here Fedora way with dnf but it is very similar for other operating systems like CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu etc.

First-Time Configuration After installing git making some configuration will make usage of the git...

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