Will this wind be so mighty as to lay low the mountains of the earth?
No, which is why we've come up on the mountain to be safe, you stupid git.
Behind git clone, commit, pull and push there's plenty to read about in git help.
Here's an important section of
commit that is too often overlooked: begin the commit message with a single short (less than 50 character) line
summarizing the change, followed by a blank line and then a more thorough description. It helps to specify a
git config --global core.editor vim
And here's a cribsheet.
|Push changes only for a specific branch||
|Revert changes to a file on a branch (after committed)||
|Revert all changes on branch (before committed)||
|Revert specified file changes on branch interactively||
|Merge changes from separate branch (e.g. master) into current||
|Create and switch to branch||
|Checkout (switch to) an existing local branch||
|Rename (move) the current local branch||
|Show staged changes that will be committed||
|Display url that repo was cloned from||
Up here on the mountain we shall be safe. Safe as houses
And what will happen to the houses?
Well naturally they'll all be swept away and consuméd by the fire what is dancing on the Jeroboam - and serve ‘em bloody-well right as far as I'm concerned.