Git Cheat Sheet (DEPRECATED)


Use case Command (with example)
Start a new repo git init
Clone existing repo git clone
Add files to be tracked git add
See status of the repo git status
git status -s
Commit added changes git commit -m "Some message"
See remote repositories git remote -v
Push changes to default remote repository git push
Push changes to remote repository by alias git push remote-repo-alias
Fetch changes from default remote repository git fetch
Fetch changes from remote repository by alias git fetch remote-repo-alias
Merge changes from remote repository by alias git merge remote-repo-alias/remote-repo-branch
Fetch and merge all remote changes from default remote git pull
Create new branch locally git checkout -b branch-name
Push new branch to remote git push remote-alias branch-name
Delete local branch git branch -d branch-name
Delete remote branch git push origin --delete branch-name
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