Git Stash Command

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    Now that we're working with multiple remote repositories,
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    we might want a way to temporarily preserve our work that's not quite ready for commit.
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    We can use git stash, git stash apply, and git stash pop to take care of this.
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    Here we are working away on our local repository.
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    As you can see with git status, we've been working on the file notes.txt.
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    In the meantime, Joe has been working away
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    and has pushed some changes to the remote repository on GitHub
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    that he wants me to take a look at right away.
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    Since this is a work in progress and I'm not quite ready to commit it yet,
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    we're going to use git stash to set our work aside temporarily
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Git Stash Command


This lesson takes a look at using the git stash commands to temporarily preserve your work when you need to incorporate other changes but aren't quite ready to fully commit them.

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