Git Workflow: Putting It All Together

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    [Chapter 21] [With Joe Shindelar]
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    This lesson is all about taking all of the things that we've learned so far
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    and combining them together, into a common workflow.
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    We're going to take a look at cloning a repository,
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    creating a new branch,
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    making changes to files in a branch,
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    committing those changes, merging the changes back into the master branch,
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    and then pushing our changes to the remote repository.
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    This is a pretty typical workflow in Git.
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    We'd like to show how you can do all of this using the command line,
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Git Workflow: Putting It All Together


In this lesson, Joe walks you through a typical Git workflow. We start with cloning a repository, creating a branch, and getting some work done. Then we go ahead and commit our work, merge it into the master branch, and push our changes back up to the remote repository. If you'd like to here a good discussion of various Git workflows, and using Git with teams, you can also check out the Podcast 15: Git Craziness.