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Introduction to Git
Introduction to Git
Introduction to Git
Introduction to Git
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Introduction to Git

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  • Transcript

    • 1. Git
    • 2. Git?• Really fast regardless of project size• Extremely flexible• Distributed
    • 3. Distribution• How does it work?• Why use a distributed SCM?• Distribution and workflow
    • 4. What can Git do that SVN doesn’t?• Branching• Merging• Tagging• Remotes• Altering• Use network efficiently
    • 5. Moving from SVN to Git Action SVN Git Create a new repository svnadmin create git initUsing an existing repository svn checkout git clone git commit Commit your changes svn commit git push Add files svn add git add Delete files svn delete git rm Get updates from others svn update git pull
    • 6. What else we can git? Modify last commit git commit --amendFind a revision that introduced a specific bug git bisect Undo last commit git reset Quickly switch between tasks git stash Add another remote git remote add Modify previous commits git rebase
    • 7. Questions
    • 8. Try it out!

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