Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics


(Nathan Eloe) #607

I never made the connection that providing a directory to git init would create that directory; I just never did that before. Kind of neat!


(Saksham Anand) #608

Exercise 1 complete:


(Mrsbeee) #609

Exercise 1:


(A_X) #610


(Sathish G) #611

Hi @mozzadrella ! I’m really happy to learn Github here. here is my screenshot.


(Hernando Enrique Moreno Moreno) #612

@mozzadrella here is my screenshot:

Thank you


(Robert Ulmer) #613

Hi there,

my name is Robert and I plan to use github in class.

Here is my screenshot:

Best Robert


(Ivonetafe) #614

Hi Chris

Thanks for marking my module 1 exercise. I have submitted all the other exercises as well, except for module 2 exercise 1 because it did not appear on my repository of instructions. (See attached screenshot for my account ivonetafe).

Let me know if there is anything missing from what I’ve done because I would like to complete my GitHub Educator certification.

Regards
Ivone Bennett

Programming Lecturer

North Metro TAFE (Northbridge campus)

Mobile: 0403371824


(Chris Cannon) #615

Hi @ivonetafe you are correct there is no exercise 2.1. I see your application has been submitted and I look forward to reviewing that this week! Sorry I’ve gotten just a bit behind, the hurricane in the SE United States had be offline for a few days but you should be hearing from me later this week.


(Pol Benedito Momplet) #616


(Jlennartz G) #617

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~
$ git init demo
Initialized empty Git repository in C:/Users/jlennartz/demo/.git/

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~
$ cd demo

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)
$ touch readme.md

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)
$ git status
On branch master

No commits yet

Untracked files:
(use “git add …” to include in what will be committed)

    readme.md

nothing added to commit but untracked files present (use “git add” to track)

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)
$ git reset readme.md

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)
$ git status
On branch master

No commits yet

Untracked files:
(use “git add …” to include in what will be committed)

    readme.md

nothing added to commit but untracked files present (use “git add” to track)

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)
$ git add readme.md

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)
$ git commit -m “commit empty readme”
[master (root-commit) 79a35f1] commit empty readme
1 file changed, 0 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 readme.md

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)
$ git status
On branch master
nothing to commit, working tree clean

jlennartz@JLDesktop MINGW64 ~/demo (master)


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(Amy Dickens) #623

Hi Thomas - did you have a screenshot to go with this or was it just a test post? :wave:

Here to help if you need us :sparkles: :relaxed:


(Amy Dickens) #624

Hi Joel :wave:

Thanks for resubmitting - this showed the git reset and a git commit which is exactly what I wanted to check you had been through as an exercise :slight_smile:


(Thomas Logan) #625

Hi, yes I’m currently doing an accessibility review of the services so it was just a test post. I my need to do 1-2 more but then I will be done. Thank you for the follow up!


(Amy Dickens) #626

Oh great stuff :star2:

I’ve been doing lots on accessibility reviewing myself recently - keep on being awesome :sparkles: