Module 1 Exercise 1: Git basics


(Mr. Roth-Ritchie) #828

Hello everyone. Here is my submission.
I have been using Git for a while, but the thought of teaching it is overwhelming. This tutorial helps a lot.

~Mr. R^2


(Ramon Moorlag) #829

Look what I did :slight_smile:


(Ocrozo) #830


My work !


(Brian Emilius) #831

Nice an easy first exercise. ZSH is excellent for showing your git branch and status while you work in the repo.


(Arthak) #832


(John Bowditch) #833

Here is my screenshot of Module-1


(ROHIT KUMAR) #834


(José Luis Raffalli) #835

Hello! Here is mine :grin:


(Kumueric) #836

image


(Michal Kowalewski) #837


(Nathan D Riggs) #838

Here you go


(Mark Young) #839


(Nasseef Abukamail) #840

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(Tigarto) #841

Hi, this is my post:

Part 1

git init demo
ls
cd demo/
touch readme.md
git status 
git add readme.md
git status
git reset readme.md
git status 

Part 2

git add readme.md
git status 
git commit -m 'commit empty readme'
git status 
git log

mod0-cap2


(Charles Walker Ludwig) #842

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(Sebastián Cea) #843

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(Cynthia Teeters) #844


(Zmeica) #845


(Mickpmack) #846

Screenshot completed

Michale Mckenzie mickpmack

Maths / Software / Armidale Australia


(Diegoandrade Ufc) #847

here it is my exercise 1