git TutorialIntroduction Installing Git Understanding Git architecture Initializing the new Git respository Cloning new Git repository .git directory in Git repository Viewing Git configuration First time Git configuration Using SSH keys with Git Checking Git status Adding files into staging area in Git Committing changes to the local repository Ignoring files using .gitignore Viewing the history of commits Viewing the file contents in working directory, staging area and repository Viewing difference between files Viewing the history of files Git revert Git Reset git reflog Creating and switching to new branches in Git Viewing existing branches Merging branches Resolving conflicts Rebase Deleting branches Renaming the branch in Git Push Pull Stashing the changes in Git Tags in Git Patches in Git Creating new repository on GitHub Pushing local repository to remote repository like GitHub IntelliJ IDEA
Checking status in gitOne of the most frequently used Git command is – git status. This command gives lot of useful information as mentioned below.
- tells which branch you are on. By default you are on master branch.
- tracked files/ untracked files if any
- If there are any files in the staging area ready to be committed.
- also tells if there is any conflict when you are merging 2 branches.
- tells if local branch is ahead or behind of remote tracking branch.
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