Gith in Two Minutes

If you have installed Git and know roughly how git works and just want the commands, here is the workflow:

# Tell Git who you are (only done once)
git config --global "your name"
git config --global ""

# Initialise a local repository
git init

# Tell Git which files you want to make part of the next commit
git add filename   ; to add a specific file
git add .          ; to add everything

# Commit those files into a new version 
git commit -m "meaningful commit message"

# Push your code to a remote repository
git remote add repo-name
git push repo-name master

See my Git cheet sheet for the most common commands for using Git

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