Thursday, October 5, 2017

Git Git!

  1. Commit will simply make record of your changes that you have made on your local machine. It will not mark the change in the remote repository.
  2. Commit and Push will do the above and push it to the remote repository. This means that any changes you have made will be saved to the remote repository as well.
  3. Commit and Sync does three things. First, it will commit. Second, it will perform a pull (grabs the updated information from the remote repo). Finally, it will push.
Microsoft tutorial here:

  • fetch , which downloads the changes from your remote repo but does not apply them to your code.
  • merge , which applies changes taken from fetch to a branch on your local repo.
  • pull , which is a combined command that does a fetch and then a merge.

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