git init
Create a new repository. Turn an existing directory into a git repository.
 
git config --global user.name "[user name]"
Set the configuration variable that informs the name of the user
 
git config --global user.email "[user email]"
Set the configuration variable that informs the email of the user
 
git status
Report the status of repository files
 
git add * --all
Add any new or modified file to the index
 
git clone [URL repository git]
Clone (download) a repository that already exists on server git (GitHub, GitLab, etc), including all of the files, branches, and commits
 
git branch
Creates a new branch
 
git branch -a
 
 
git branch -r
 
 
git branch -v
 
 
git checkout
 
 
git checkout -b [branch name]
Create a new branch in local
 
git checkout [branch name]
Switches to the specified branch and updates the working directory
 
git pull
Updates your current local working branch with all new commits from the corresponding remote branch on server git (GitHub, GitLab, etc). The command git pull is a combination of git fetch and git merge
 
git pull origin master
 
 
git push origin master
 
 
git push origin -u master
 
 
git push origin -u master --all
 
 
git push origin -u master --tags
 
 
git remote -v
 
 
git remote rename origin [name new origin]
Ex.: git remote rename origin origin2
 
git remote add origin [name new origin] [URL repository git]
Add a new origin.
Ex.: git remote add origin http://11.54.127.44/gitlab/poc-kafka-avro-integration-two-apps/shuttle.git
 
git remote remove origin
Remove current origin
 
git rm -f -r --cached kafka
git add kafka
Remove submodule kafka and add to father git
 
git commit -m "[content message commit]"
Commit changes on local repository
 
git fetch
Downloads all history from the remote tracking branches
 
git merge
Combines remote tracking branch into current local branch
 
git push
Uploads all local branch commits to GitHub
 
git checkout [name branch destination] git merge [name branch origin] git push
Git merge in other branch: name branch destination
 
git checkout [name branch destination] git merge --no-ff [name branch] git push
Git merge no fast forward in other branch: name branch destination
 
git branch -d [name branch]
Remove branch
 
git log
Lists version history for the current branch
 
git log --follow [file]
Lists version history for a file, including renames
 
git diff [first-branch]...[second-branch]
Shows content differences between two branches
 
git show [commit]
Outputs metadata and content changes of the specified commit
 
git add [file]
Snapshots the file in preparation for versioning
 
git commit -m "[descriptive message]"
Records file snapshots permanently in version history
 
git reset [commit]
Undoes all commits after [commit], preserving changes locally
 
git reset --hard [commit]
Discards all history and changes back to the specified commit
 
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