git command line for beginners

In this tutorial, the Git command line is for beginners, Git server is a repository. I use the command line for my project.

Git is a powerful version control system used for tracking changes in software projects. Here are some basic Git commands for beginners:

Git command line for beginners

Git global setup

 git config --global "PHAN VAN HUU"
 git config --global ""

To create a new repository

 cd BashScripts
 git clone
 git add
 git commit -m "add README"
 git push -u origin master

Existing my folder

 cd BashScripts
 git init
 git remote add origin
 git add .
 git commit -m "Initial commit"
 git push -u origin master -f

Existing git my repository

 cd BashScripts
 git remote rename origin old-origin
 git remote add origin
 git push -u origin --all
 git push -u origin --tags

I explained the commands below

Git current state

How to list which (unstaged) files have changed, Shows the current status of the repository, including modified and untracked files.

git status

git command line for beginners

How to list (unstaged) changes to files: (Shows the differences between the working directory and the staging area)

git diff

How to list recent commits: (Displays the commit history of the repository)

git log

Tell me who you are:

git config --global "PHAN VAN HUU"
git config --global ""

To create a new local repository:

git init

To check out a repository

To create a working copy of a local repository

git clone

For remote server

git clone huupv@host:/path/to/repository

How to add files:

git add File_Name

To commit change but not yet to the remote repository:

git commit -m "Add file to repository commit"

To commit any file with git add:

git commit -a

How to “push” send changes to the master branch of your remote repository:

git push origin master

How to connect to a remote repository:

git remote add origin

How to list all currently configured remote repositories:

git remote -v

For Git branches

To create a new branch and switch to it:

git checkout -b <branchname>

To switch from one branch to another:

git checkout <branchname>

To list all the branches in your repository:

git branch

To delete the branch:

git branch -d <branchname>

To push all branches to your remote repository:

git push --all origin

To delete a branch on your remote repository:

git push origin :<branchname>

How to fetch and merge changes on the remote server to your working directory:

git pull

The conclusion

Thought the article, To help you understand the git command line. Thanks for reading my “git command line” post. I’m updating more useful commands line for Git. Thank you for reading the DevopsRoles page!

About HuuPV

My name is Huu. I love technology and especially Devops Skill such as Docker, vagrant, git so forth. I likes open-sources. so I created site to share the knowledge that I have learned. My Job: IT system administrator. Hobbies: summoners war game, gossip.
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