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hpr2516 :: Intro to git branch

Intro to git branch

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Hosted by klaatu on 2018-03-26 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: git, branch, server.
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Part of the series: Introduction to Git

Initiated by Klaatu, this open series introduces Git and the concepts behind its use in a collaborative environment.

These are all the commands covered in this episode. This is not a sequence, it's just all the commands in the episode, listed one after another.

Get changes from the remote repo:


$ git fetch

See all branches:


$ git branch --all

View a remote branch after you have fetched it:


$ git checkout origin/dev

Create a copy of a fetched remote branch in your local repo:


$ git checkout dev

Merge changes from remote origin/master into your local master branch:


$ git merge master origin/master

Fetch and merge automatically:


$ git pull

Create a new branch, and change to it:


$ git checkout -b dev

Merge dev into master:


$ git checkout master
$ git merge master dev

Merge master into dev


$ git checkout dev
$ git merge dev master

Delete the dev branch:


$ git branch -d dev

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Comment #1 posted on 2018-03-27T01:17:50Z by Mike Ray

Intro to git

Great podcast.

I've been using git for a few years now but there is something new even for a seasoned git user in this series.

It's a subject that needs clarity, because a lot of the online stuff about git is complex and confusing.

More please. And more about this kind of DevOps related stuff, and more server config and admin

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