Git is a cool versioning manager and Github is awesome. You could manage large open/close software projects.
sudo apt-get install git
git clone <URL>- Clone the repository
<URL>may be github url.
git add <File/FOLDER>- Monitors the
git commit -m "<MESSAGE>"- give a meaningful name to your commit.
git commit -m "<MESSAGE>" -a- commits all tracked changes.
git push origin master- Push the last commit to the remote server
These are handy quick cmds.
git log- Check the commits history
git status- Files monitored by git
git pull- Pull and updates local repo from server
As all the commits are logged with the username and email. It is a must
to setup this. used
global as I wanted the same setup for all my repos.
git config --global user.name "YOUR FULL NAME" git config --global user.email "YOUR-EMAIl-ID@gmail.com"