Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics


(Chris Cannon) #667

Looks good @djlin! Don’t forget you can use git status between your git add and git reset commands to see it’s effect on your staging area. :100:


(Chris Cannon) #668

Outstanding @cperezs :sparkles:


(Konstantin) #669


(pietschj) #670

github-basics


(Harsh Bothra) #671


(Mallika Sirivorajanyadee) #672

@mozzadrella :grinning:


(Nishilp) #673

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(John Pannell Msub) #674


(Chris Winikka) #675

Here you go:

PS - I didn’t know until today that the ‘touch’ command worked in Git Bash for a Windows computer. It doesn’t work in standard PC command line (CMD). Is the touch command a unix/linux command or a Git command?


(Guillaume SALVA) #676

Done!!


(Jason T. Mickel) #677

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(Rebekah Esmaili) #678


(Patrick Reimers) #679

Sorry, I’m not exactly following the instructions (I prefer to sign my commits using the “-S” flag)


(LarreaMikel) #680


(Cfcortesmx) #681

Excersice completed!


(Martin Dreher) #682

I used some of my favorite git aliases to reduce typing:


(Edward A. Roualdes) #683

Module-1 Basics, complete. Thanks.


(Bouakkez Anouar) #684


(Paul Vickers) #685

Thanks, @ccannon94! I found a nice command prompt that gives git info if you’re inside a working copy.


(Masaki Kawabata Neto) #686