Part 4: Memory Functionality Of Git. The memory functionality of git is not as difficult as you might think.The part 4, Today we delve into the depths of the git storage system. How git stores changes into the git database.
Today we delve into the depths of the git storage system.
The memory functionality of git is not as difficult as you might think, but it’s still hard to understand for the time being. In my opinion, the best way to understand is not to use the lift, but to walk. This means that we will be creating hashes and commits manually. But first things first. Grab a cup of coffee ☕️ and let’s get started.
Today we will create all kinds of hashes manually. I explained it to them all in my last article. So here I will just examine how git stores changes into the git database. If you not safely aware, what a blob tree, or commit is, I strongly recommend you read my article about them first -> git-part-3-discover-the-git-folder.
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