Start using Git – the most important commands in perspective

(Always) “git clone” – Clone a remote repo to local disk repo.

<< Do some work, change, remove or update some files >>

(optional) “git pull” – if your working with multiple people
(optional) “git checkout /origin/some-pre-existing-branch” – for a different branch then the master
(optional) “git branch -a” – check branch-name currently checkout
(optional) “git add . ” – for new files

(Always) “git commit -m ‘some message'” – Add some files to source library
(Always) “git push” – As soon as you have committed something when working with multiple people

If you just started out with Git this should be enough.

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