Git tutorial for professionals

Download free Git tutorial course in PDF, training file in 61 chapters and 195 pages. Free unaffiliated ebook created from Stack OverFlow contributor.

Table of contents

  • About
  • Getting started with Git
  • Create your ?rst repository, then add and commit ?les
  • Clone a repository
  • Sharing code
  • Setting your user name and email
  • Setting up the upstream remote
  • Learning about a command
  • Set up SSH for Git
  • Git Installation
  • Browsing the history
  • "Regular" Git Log
  • Prettier log
  • Colorize Logs
  • Oneline log
  • Log search
  • List all contributions grouped by author name
  • Searching commit string in git log
  • Log for a range of lines within a ?le
  • Filter logs
  • Log with changes inline
  • Log showing commited ?les
  • Show the contents of a single commit
  • Git Log Between Two Branches
  • One line showing commiter name and time since commit
  • Working with Remotes
  • Deleting a Remote Branch
  • Changing Git Remote URL
  • List Existing Remotes
  • Removing Local Copies of Deleted Remote Branches
  • Updating from Upstream Repository
  • ls-remote
  • Adding a New Remote Repository
  • Set Upstream on a New Branch
  • Getting Started
  • Renaming a Remote
  • Show information about a Speci?c Remote
  • Set the URL for a Speci?c Remote
  • Get the URL for a Speci?c Remote
  • Changing a Remote Repository
  • Staging
  • Staging All Changes to Files
  • Unstage a ?le that contains changes
  • Add changes by hunk
  • Interactive add
  • Show Staged Changes
  • Staging A Single File
  • Browsing the history
  • Staging
  • Git Diff
  • Merging
  • Committing
  • Rebasing
  • Branching
  • Squashing
  • Recovering
  • Using a .gitattributes file
  • Analyzing types of workflows
  • Hooks
  • Stashing
  • Renaming
  • Internals
  • Empty directories in Git
  • Archive
  • Migrating to Git
  • Resolving merge conflicts
  • Display commit history graphically with Gitk
  • Blaming
  • Worktrees
  • Git Large File Storage (LFS)
  • Git statistics
  • Git GUI Clients
  • TortoiseGit
  • Update Object Name in Reference
  • Git Client-Side Hooks
  • Change git repository name
  • Tidying up your local and remote repository

It is a free Git ebook created for beginners. The content is extracted from Stack Overflow pltaform, which is written by many Git developers and contributors.

The content is released under Creative Commons BY-SA

Size : 2.49 MB
File type : pdf
Downloads: 240
Created: 2019-04-30

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