Git Deep Dives

Git Stash

Stashing lets you save your code for later in a Git repository. When you’re working with a Git repository, you may make changes to a file that you want to apply to a Git commit later on. That’s where the…

How to Use the git amend Command

Did you forget to include something in your last commit message? Did you make a typo? Did you add something into your commit message that is not relevant? Don’t worry! Git has a solution for you: the git commit –amend…

How to Use the git rebase Command

One of the beauties of Git is that it allows you to keep an accurate record of how a codebase has evolved. This makes it easy to see what changes have been made to a repository, when they were made,…

How to Solve fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories

After using Git for a while, you’ll notice that there’s a lot of mistakes that can be difficult to fix. This isn’t the case with the fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories error. Unlike a number of other errors, this…

Git Diff

When you’re working with the Git version control system, you may want to compare data in your repository with another data source. For instance, you may want to compare two different commits with each other, or two files. That’s where…

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