GitA overview for beginners
Origin(Where our source(in ourcomes GitHub) our case: GitHub)                  code case: from. In
Origin           (Where our source(in ourcomes GitHub) our case: GitHub)                             code case: from. InIn...
Origin           (Where our source(in ourcomes GitHub) our case: GitHub)                             code case: from. In  ...
Origin       (ex:   git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)                       (in our case: GitHub)Internet...
Origin       (ex:   git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)                       (in our case: GitHub)        ...
Origin       (ex:     git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)                         (in our case: GitHub)    ...
Origin       (ex:     git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)                         (in our case: GitHub)    ...
Origin       (ex:     git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)                         (in our case: GitHub)    ...
Origin       (ex:    git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)                        (in our case: GitHub)      ...
Origin       (ex:    git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)                        (in our case: GitHub)      ...
Thanks!Anton Pirker@antonpirkerhttp://ignaz.at
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Git - a overview for beginners

  1. 1. GitA overview for beginners
  2. 2. Origin(Where our source(in ourcomes GitHub) our case: GitHub) code case: from. In
  3. 3. Origin (Where our source(in ourcomes GitHub) our case: GitHub) code case: from. InInternet Local development machine
  4. 4. Origin (Where our source(in ourcomes GitHub) our case: GitHub) code case: from. In clone (ex: git clone git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git)Internet Local development machine (after a clone you have the complete source repository with all revisions on your local computer)
  5. 5. Origin (ex: git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git) (in our case: GitHub)Internet Local Repository Staging Area (Index) Working Area (Local directory)
  6. 6. Origin (ex: git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git) (in our case: GitHub) “pull”Internet Local Repository Staging Area (Index) Working Area (Local directory)
  7. 7. Origin (ex: git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git) (in our case: GitHub) “pull”Internet Local Repository Staging Area (Index) modify Working Area (Local directory)
  8. 8. Origin (ex: git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git) (in our case: GitHub) “pull”Internet Local Repository Staging Area (Index) modify “add” Area (Local directory) Working
  9. 9. Origin (ex: git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git) (in our case: GitHub) “pull”Internet Local Repository Staging Area (Index) Working “commit” modify “add” Area (Local directory)
  10. 10. Origin (ex: git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git) (in our case: GitHub) “pull”Internet Local Repository Staging Area (Index) modify “add” Area (Local modify “commit” Working “commit” directory)
  11. 11. Origin (ex: git@github.com:antonpirker/django-kickstarter.git) (in our case: GitHub) “pull” “push”Internet Local Repository Staging Area (Index) modify “add” Area (Local modify “commit” Working “commit” directory)
  12. 12. Thanks!Anton Pirker@antonpirkerhttp://ignaz.at

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