|Version 3 (modified by dukeleto, 6 years ago)|
To check out a repo:
git checkout git://github.com/leto/parrot.git
There should now be a directory called "parrot" in your current directory.
Next we modify a file so we can commit a change:
echo "Some junk" >> README
To see a list of modifies files:
should produce something like
# On branch master # Changed but not updated: # (use "git add <file>..." to update what will be committed) # (use "git checkout -- <file>..." to discard changes in working directory) # # modified: README #
To commit all local changes:
git commit -a -m "I did some stuff"
If you had multiple changed files that you wanted to commit seperately, you would do
git add README git commit -m "I commit stuff"
LESSON: Git only commits files you have added already. The -a flag lets you be lazy and say "go ahead and add all modified files" when you are commiting.
The equivalent of "svn up" is
To merge the foobar branch into the current branch:
git merge foobar