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10 Useful Git Commands
Here at GeekBitZone we use extensively Git as our version control system. As a matter of fact, even our statically generated website is under Git’s version control. Below are ten useful commands that we use on a daily basis.
git commit —amend
$ git commit —amend
git fetch —prune
$ git fetch —prune
git branch -vv
$ git branch -vv
git reset —hard origin/<branch>
$ git reset —hard origin/mybranch
git fetch origincommand first.
git branch -D <branch>
$ git branch -D mybranch
git branch -d <branch>command can also be used, provided that there are no un-merged changes left in the branch.
git push —delete origin <branch>
$ git push —delete origin mybranch
git branch -m <name>
$ git branch -m mynewname
git rebase -i HEAD~<n>
$ git rebase -i HEAD~3
$ git stash
git stash pop
$ git stash pop
These are GeekBitZone’s ten favourite Git commands. Which ones do You use on a daily basis?
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