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Git Tutorial: Git Basic Workflow

Step 1 – Install git client [ONE TIME]

Step 2 – Create git repo [ONE TIME]

$ git init

Step 3 – Decide which files you want to version OR write code

Step 4 – Set your name and email id using git config [ONE TIME]

$ git config user.name “Rajesh Kumar”
$ git config user.email “devops@rajeshkumar.xyz”
$ git config –list

Step 5 – Add these files to Git [ Add files from workspace to git staging area ]

$ git add index.html

Step 6 – Commit files [ Commiting files from git staging to repo area ]

$ git commit -m”This is my commit”

Step 7 – How to see commited history

$ git log

Step 8 – How to see what was commited?

$ git show f8cfdfa0c96adaffec9e16bf0257ca1fd85d1b1f

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