Git Version Control Cookbook - Second Edition
Git is one of the most popular tools for versioning. Git Version Control Cookbook builds on the success of the previous edition and provides you with an up-to-date guide to solving problems related to versioning.
You’ll start by learning about the Git data model and how it stores files and looks at commits. By using simple commands, you’ll learn how to navigate through the database. Once you have accustomed yourself to the basics, you’ll explore techniques to configure Git with comprehensive examples and configuration targets. You’ll gain insights into improving your understanding of branches and recovery from mistakes — right from committing to a wrong branch to recovering lost commits or files. You’ll then move on to discovering the features that Git rebase has to offer and use regular Git merge on other branches. You’ll explore Git notes and learn how to utilize the update, list, and search commands. In addition to this, you’ll learn how to extract metadata from repositories and automate your daily tasks using Git hooks. You’ll then study in detail repository maintenance, patching, and offline sharing. By the end of the book, you’ll have grasped various tips and tricks for everyday usage, while increasing your knowledge of Git providers, integrations, and clients.
|Course Length||10 hours 37 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||25 Jul 2018|
|Undo – Remove a commit completely|
|Undo – Remove a commit and retain changes to files|
|Undo – Remove a commit and retain changes in the staging area|
|Undo – Working with a dirty area|
|Redo – Recreate the latest commit with new changes|
|Revert – Undo the changes introduced by a commit|
|Reverting a merge|
|Viewing past Git actions with git reflog|
|Finding lost changes with git fsck|