Git & Github

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This isn’t one of the direct Lessons from Building this Site but it’s definitely come up a lot, and I want to keep track of my resources and make some notes.

Cloning

Git repos can exist in remote (online) and local states, so a lot of using git is concerned with keeping those versions aligned and up-to-date. To add an existing remote repository to your local machine, it’s just a simple

git clone <link>

.Gitignore

  • gitignore tells git what files to exclude from tracking BUT if a file has been previously tracked, adding it to gitignore won’t remove it from tracking. To do that, you need to use git rm --cached <file>

A very handy cheat sheat of commands.

How to override local changes.

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