I wrote a script to automate the creation of two divergent git branches…’main’ and ‘feature’. When I rebased ‘feature’ onto ‘main’..no worked was “saved”. The following code: even show ‘noop’ in the text editor. Turns out, my code was creating duplicate patches on each divergent branch (here’s how to reproduce it if your interested, githubContinue reading “Git Rebase Lesson”
Here’s how I visualize a Git *Fast Forward* Merge:
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Specifying A Range of Commits for Planning Merges!
If you’re using a git command but need a quick refresher, remember this syntax: If you need the full man page for a git command, it’s: If you want to see ALL AVAILBLE <verb> options; type git and then TAB key twice (like you would with a linux command): Full Demonstration
Quickly Create A Git Repository For Rapid Testing
Love Git Branches But Hate Reading Them? If you’re using git branching, it can be difficult sometimes to orient yourself within your git repository (repo). Knowing where you are, where you want to go, and how to get there is next to impossible if you don’t know how to read your commit history (branches) SoContinue reading “How To Read Git Branches”
If you don’t understand this fundamental concept, then nothing in Git (or Github) will ever make sense.