Getting up speed with Git
Git is a fast, efficient tool to track changes in programming code. It makes it easy to revert back to older versions of the code, and develop features in parallel with large teams.
This howto is designed to make you quickly familiar with Git. Without fluffing, without lengthly explainations. From basics to quickly reveal powerful tricks that can make your programming life more fun.
- Getting started
- The minimal commands to get started.
- Committing partially
- Committing just a few files, or just parts of file.
- Working on multiple features in parallel.
- Merging changes
- Merging the changes of one branch.
- Stashing changes
- Temporaty put uncommitted changes away, to work on something different.
- Advanced merging
- Moving a branch forward in time.