Git Part 3: Discover the .git Folder. git what??? You probably already know that if you want to create a git repository, you have to type git init in your terminal. But do you know as well that a new .git folder is automatically generated at that moment?
Have you ever wondered what the hell the .git folder is for? You didn’t? No problem. Today we’re going to look into it in great detail!!
Along the way, we will get an overview of the storage system and understand why the phrase ‘_a branch is just a pointer_’ makes sense.
You probably already know that if you want to create a git repository, you have to type git init in your terminal. But do you know as well that a new .git folder is automatically generated at that moment? When you look at your project directory, you will find them.
Git stores everything there. If we look inside, we can see many files and folders. It may seem confusing at first glance, but don’t worry, we’ll examine everything step by step.
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There are many Git tips and best practices available on the internet that can help you in your day to day activities. You can save you valuable time, and stay productive with best practices and you can improve your workflow. One of the cool things in the Git is to do parallel programming.
In this article we’ll be discussing git merge and git rebasecommands and when we should use them. git rebasedoes the same job as a git mergethat is merging the changes from one branch to another branch. The difference is that they do it very differently.
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