Git Tutorials

How to Change a Git Remote

Have you changed the name of a remote Git repository? Are you moving a remote repository to another location? Both of these operations will change the URL of a Git repository. This will cause any references to your remote repository…

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,…

Git Revert Commit: A Step-By-Step Guide

The git revert command will undo a commit so you can return a repository to the previous commit. Instead of deleting the commit, revert will create a new commit that will reverse the changes of a published commit. This preserves…

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…

How to Resolve Git Merge Conflicts

In most cases, Git can resolve differences between branches and merge them. This is because developers are usually making changes to different lines or files. There are some cases where Git cannot merge a repository. These situations are called merge…

Git Checkout: A Step-By-Step Guide

The git checkout command is used to ‘check out’ of an existing branch and view another branch of code. Checkout is essential for working on a new branch, existing branch, or remote branch. Checkout in git operates on files, commits,…

How to Use the git rm Command

How do you remove a file from a Git repository? That’s a good question. It’s not always the case that you want a file to be part of a repository forever. You may decide that a file is no longer…

Git Fetch: A Step-By-Step Guide

Git fetch downloads all branches, tags, and data from a project to the local machine without overwriting any existing local code. Fetch can also be used to download a specific branch. Fetching data such as files and commits from a…

Git Remove Remote: A Guide

How to Remove a Git Remote Have you set the wrong remote for a Git repository? Do you need to change your remote? Not to worry, Git has you covered. In Git, there’s a command called git remote remove that…

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