Because I’m tired of relearning how to use Github and looking up long boring videos full of commands I’ll never use. This simple cheatsheat is pretty much all I ever do for git commands.
Pulling/cloning a GitHub repo to your local computer:
Can do it from VScode terminal or with OS terminal. Make sure you’ve navigated to the right directory you want to work in!
git init– initializes Git session.
git clone [email protected]:your-repo-ssh-address.git– clones that repo to your local environment.
Push or update to GitHub repo:
git add .will automatically search for all file changes.
git commit -m "update notes", or you can use the full
git commit -m "something" -m "something"to put both update title and description.
git pushto push it back up to the GitHub repo.
git pull– I almost never use this. I typically clone and then only push. I’m rarely work on a production environment locally.
git status– if you’re ever randomly curious what’s matching or not.
- Repo permissions issues? – I’ve solved it by regenerating SSH keys and using my GitHub email address.
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