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Git Pocket Guideby Richard E Silverman
Synopses & Reviews
This pocket guide is the perfect on-the-job companion to Git, the distributed version control system. It provides a compact, readable introduction to Git for new users, as well as a reference to common commands and procedures for those of you with Git experience.
Written for Git version 1.8.2, this handy task-oriented guide is organized around the basic version control functions you need, such as making commits, fixing mistakes, merging, and searching history.
If you use Git for distributed version control, this pocket guide is the perfect on-the-job companion. This task-oriented book helps you quickly find your particular use case, and provides a concise and focused summary of Git concepts. New users can quickly come up to speed on using Git to track, merge, and manage software projects. Those already familiar with Git will find this guide a handy reference on accomplishing everyday version control tasks.
About the Author
Richard E. Silverman has a B.A. in computer science and an M.A. in pure mathematics. Richard has worked in the fields of networking, formal methods in software development, public-key infrastructure, routing security, and Unix systems administration. He co-authored the SSH, The Secure Shell: The Definitive Guide, 2e and the Linux Security Cookbook.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: Understanding GitChapter 2: Getting StartedChapter 3: Making CommitsChapter 4: Undoing and Editing CommitsChapter 5: BranchingChapter 6: Tracking Other RepositoriesChapter 7: MergingChapter 8: Naming CommitsChapter 9: Viewing HistoryChapter 10: Editing HistoryChapter 11: Understanding PatchesChapter 12: Remote AccessChapter 13: MiscellaneousChapter 14: How Do I ?Index
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