Git Tutorials

Error: the Following Untracked Working Tree Files Would Be Overwritten by Merge

The error above is often triggered when we do not clone the repository we are trying to pull from. The projects may be identical, but we may be working on one locally while trying to pull it from the repo…

Git Delete Branch

Deleting Git branches is common practice after you have merged a branch into your codebase. You can delete a Git branch on your local machine using the git branch -d flag. The git push origin –delete command removes a branch…

Git Push

The git push command uploads your local version of a repository to a remote repository. Pushing is the mechanism through which you upload changes to a remote repository. Once you have pushed your changes, all the collaborators on a project…

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…

Git Pull

The git pull command retrieves and downloads the contents of a repository to your local machine. Your local repository is updated so that it shows the content from the remote repository. You’ll probably encounter situations where you want to fetch…

Git Init: A Step-by-Step Guide

The Git init command creates a new Git repository. The init command sets up all the configuration files you need to work with git in a folder called .git/. You only need to run the git init command once. When…

Git Merge

Merging lets developers bring their changes onto an individual line of development. To merge two branches, you can use the git merge command. Once you run this command, the changes from one branch are merged into the branch you are…

Git Clone

The git clone command creates a copy of a remote repository on your local machine. By default, the clone command saves your code in a folder that shares the name of your repository. This can be overwritten by specifying a…

Git Fetch: A Step-By-Step Guide

The git fetch command downloads all branches, tags, and data from a project to the local machine. Existing local code is not overwritten. Fetch is commonly used with the git reset command to bring a local repository up to date…

Git Error: untracked files would be overwritten by checkout

While using git to keep track of your changes in your project, many things can happen that cause an error. When you move from one branch to another, you might get this error: This error occurs when you have files…

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