Git – File Operations – Case Sensitivity

Background If you use git from the command line as I do, you will likely run into git file command requests that does not stick. For instance, you issue "git add <filename>". And, issue "git commit" or "git status" and notice that the file you added is not tagged for local commit. If your file … Continue reading Git – File Operations – Case Sensitivity

Git:- Show untracked files

Background Here I am after a good weekend of labor, I will like to make sure that added files are stored away in our source control.   Git Git Status When one issues "git status", it shows untracked files and directories. Git Status -u To show only untracked files, please append the -u option.   … Continue reading Git:- Show untracked files

Git:- git add – not working

Background I have had to rework one of our git repositories. Git Commands   Git Add I issued git add commands a few times, but "No Go". The syntax and sample is shown below. Syntax Sample TroubleShooting Folder Structure Finally, I checked the sub-folder that I was trying to add files from. And, behold there … Continue reading Git:- git add – not working

Git – Command – “git reset”

Background A few posts ago we touched on a couple of git commands. Let us talk about git reset. Thankfully, rarely use it. Lineage Here are relevant preceding posts:- Git - Client - Commands Link   Scenario Here is what led to this post. I created a couple of files. But, did not like the … Continue reading Git – Command – “git reset”

Git – Client – Commands

Background Let us review some of the GIT commands one will use each day. List of Command   Command Description Syntax Link File Operation Add Add a new file git add <filename> Link Remove Remove an existing file git rm <filename> Link Rename or Move Rename or move an existing file git mv <filename> <folder> … Continue reading Git – Client – Commands