Git Recipes: A ProblemSolution Approach

  • 5h 41m
  • Wlodzimierz Gajda
  • Apress
  • 2013

Whether you're relatively new to git or you need a refresher, or if you just need a quick, handy reference for common tasks in git, Git Recipes is just the reference book you need.

With recipes to cover any task you can think of, including working with GitHub and git on BitBucket, Git Recipes shows you how to work with large repositories, new repositories, forks, clones, conflicts, differences, and it even gives you practical scenarios you may find yourself dealing with while using git.

If you work with Git at all, you need this hands-on, practical reference for all things Git.

What you’ll learn

  • How to work with both well-known and local repositories
  • How to deal with issues like dangling revisions and disjointed branches
  • How to pinpoint who made specific changes
  • How to deal with textual and binary conflicts
  • How to work with hosted solutions like GitHub and BitBucket
  • How to work with git in large groups

Who this book is for

People who need a quick, practical reference for everything related to Git.

About the Author

W³odzimierz Gajda is an experienced trainer and a highly passionate teacher. During the last 20 years, he has conducted numerous courses on very diverse subjects, ranging from programming in C language and TCP/IP networking to building LEGO robots and developing web applications with PHP. He is currently employed at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin.

In this Book

  • Getting Started with Git
  • Working with Well-Known Repositories
  • Creating Local Repositories with Linear History
  • Managing Files
  • Branches
  • Merging Branches
  • Rebasing Branches
  • Modifying the History
  • Resolving Conflicts
  • Remote Repositories and Synchronization
  • Hosting git Git Repositories
  • Working with
  • More Recipes