Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Git Notes


Git is free & open source, distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.

Commands References

GIT Init:
mkdir ${project_directory}
cd ${project_directory}
git init
Add files:
git add <filename>
git add .
Remove files:
git rm <filename>
Rename files:
git mv <old.filename> <new.filename>
Ignore files:
cat .gitignore
Commit Files:
git commit -m 'Initial commit'
Diff files:
git diff                 # changes between index and working files
git diff --staged        # changes between HEAD and index
git diff HEAD            # changes between HEAD and working files
Last commit:
git show                 # review last commit
git show --stat          # just the stats
git show --name-status
git show HEAD
git show HEAD^^
git show master~5
git show master@{june.23}
GIT clone:
git clone /home/guptav/workspace/myproject
GIT updates:
git fetch                # To get updates
git pull                 # To fetch and merge
git log                  # See commit history
git log -- some/file     # Limit to specific path
git grep -e "pattern" --some/file
git log -p
git log --stat
git log -5 master@{yesterday}
git log --since="2 weeks ago"
git log --before="2 weeks ago"
git log --author="Vaibhav" --since="10 days ago"

git reflog
git branch -l            # Local branches
git tag <tagname>
Git Format Patch:
git format-patch -1
git status
git config --global "Vaibhav Gupta"
git config --global ""

Latest File at:

Project: dotfiles : sync dot files

Project : dotfiles


Creat links for dot files:
./ link
Check links:
./ check
Unlink dot files:
./ unlink
If old files exists then backed up in ${HOME}/*.bak

Source Repo:
git clone