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sudo apt install git – installs GIT from repositories;

git config –global “Your Name” – the name that will be added to commits and tags;
git config –global “” – the e-mail address that will be added to commits and tags;
git config –global color.ui auto – enables the colors in GIT output;

git init [project name] – creates a new local repository;
git clone [project url] – gets a project from remote repository;

git status – shows the status of your work;
git diff – shows the changes;
git checkout – discards changes in working directory;
git add – adds a file to staging area;
git reset [file] – gets file back from staging area;
git commit [-m “message”] – commits the changes added to staging area;
git rm [file] – removed the file from working directory and adds deletion to staging area;
git stash – puts changes into stash;
git stash pop – applies the changes in the stash and clears its contents;
git stash drop – clears the stash contents;

git branch [-a] – lists all branches in repository;
git branch [name] – creates a new branch;
git checkout [-b] [name] – changes working directory to the mentioned one;
git merge [from name] – Combines the specified branch with the current one;
git branch -d [name] – removes branch;

git tag – lists tags;
git tag [name] [commit *] – creates a tag for current commit;
git tag -a [name] [commit *] – creates a tag object for current commit;
git tag -d [name] – removes a tag from repository;

git log [-n count] – lists commit history;
git log –oneline –graph –decorate – shows references and history graph;
git log ref.. – shows commits that are present on current branch and not merged into ref;
git log ..ref – lists commits that are present on ref and not merged into current branch;
git reflog – list operations made on local repository;

git fetch [remote] – gets changes from the remote but does not update the branches;
git fetch –prune [remote] – removes refs from remote;
git pull [remote] – gets changes from the remote and combines current branch with it;
git push [–tags] [remote] – pushes local changes to remote;
git push -u [remote] [branch] – pushes local branch to remote repository;

git reset [–hard] [target reference] – switches current branch to the target reference;
git revert [commit *] – createa a new commit, reverting changes from the specified commit;

cat .gitignore
#Contents of .gitignore

Useful links:

How to use GIT in Linux

Most used Linux commands

Linux Directory Map / Structure

Introduction to Linux

Using Help in Linux

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