Git book

What is Git ?

Git is a Distributed Version Control instrument that’s used to keep unique versions of a document in a distant or local repository. It’s utilized to monitor fluctuations in the source code.

It enables multiple programmers to work collectively. A VCS permits you to maintain every change you make in the code repository. VCS stores varies as Models by simply taking a snapshot of each shift.

Chapters

  • Chapter 1 :- Introduction of Git
  • Chapter 2 :- Browsing the history
  • Chapter 3 :- Working with Remotes
  • Chapter 4 :- Staging
  • Chapter 5 :- Ignoring Files and Folders
  • Chapter 6 :- Git Diff
  • Chapter 7 :- Undoing
  • Chapter 8 :- Merging
  • Chapter 9 :- Submodules
  • Chapter 10 :- Committing
  • Chapter 11 :- Aliases
  • Chapter 12 :- Rebasing
  • Chapter 13 :- Branching
  • Chapter 14 :- Rev-List
  • Chapter 15 :- Cherry Picking
  • Chapter 16 :- Recovering
  • Chapter 17 :-Git Clean
  • Chapter 18 :- Using a .gitattributes file
  • Chapter 19 :- Analyzing types of workflows
  • Chapter 20 :- Pulling
  • Chapter 21 :- Hooks
  • Chapter 22 :- Cloning Repositories
  • Chapter 23 :- Stashing
  • Chapter 24 :- Subtrees
  • Chapter 25 :- Renaming
  • Chapter 26 :- Pushing
  • Chapter 27 :- Internals
  • Chapter 28 :- git-tfs
  • Chapter 29 :- Empty directories in Git
  • Chapter 28 :- Archive
  • Chapter 29 :- Rewriting history with filter-branch
  • Chapter 30 :- Migrating to Git
  • Chapter 31 :- Resolving merge conflicts
  • Chapter 32 :- Display commit history graphically with Gitk
  • Chapter 33 :- Bisecting/Finding faulty commits
  • Chapter 34 :- Blaming
  • Chapter 35 :- Git revisions syntax
  • Chapter 36 :- Worktrees
  • Chapter 37 :- Git Client-Side Hooks
  • Chapter 38 :- Git rerere
  • Chapter 39 :- Change git repository name
  • Chapter 40 :- Many other chapters cover in this book

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