Git cheat sheet

Here’s a list of git commands that I’ve used to tackle different situations:

Rolling back tree to avoid complicated git pull conflicts

git reset --hard    # undo "git pull" which caused the conflicts
git reset HEAD~N    # rollback N commits
git checkout -f     # remove local files changes
git status          # check status; manually rm untracked files if necessary
git pull            # redo git pull

Combining and/or reordering patches

git rebase -i  HEAD~20   # interactively edit the last 20 patches

Detect file renames when creating patch

git-format-patch -4 -M   # the -M option ask git to detect renames

Creating a group-shareable repository for the first time

git-init --bare --shared=group   # read this for subsequent steps

That’s all for now!

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