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Mastering Git.

Author: Jakub Narebski.
Publisher: Packt Publishing, 2016.
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Attain expert-level proficiency with Git for enhanced productivity and efficient collaboration by mastering advanced distributed version control featuresAbout This Book Set up Git for solo and collaborative development Harness the full power of Git version control system to customize Git behavior, manipulate history, integrate external tools and explore platform shortcuts A detailed guide, which explains how to  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Jakub Narebski.
ISBN: 1783553766 9781783553761 9781783553754 1783553758
OCLC Number: 948250074
Description: 1 online resource (418)
Contents: Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Git Basics in Practice; An introduction to version control and Git; Git by example; Repository setup; Creating a Git repository; Cloning the repository and creating the first commit; Publishing changes; Examining history and viewing changes; Renaming and moving files; Updating your repository (with merge); Creating a tag; Resolving a merge conflict; Adding files in bulk and removing files; Undoing changes to a file; Creating a new branch; Merging a branch (no conflicts) Undoing an unpublished mergeSummary; Chapter 2: Exploring Project History; Directed Acyclic Graphs; Whole-tree commits; Branches and tags; Branch points; Merge commits; Single revision selection; HEAD --
the implicit revision; Branch and tag references; SHA-1 and the shortened SHA-1 identifier; Ancestry references; Reverse ancestry references: the git describe output; Reflog shortnames; Upstream of remote-tracking branches; Selecting revision by the commit message; Selecting the revision range; Single revision as a revision range; Double dot notation Multiple points --
including and excluding revisionsThe revision range for a single revision; Triple-dot notation; Searching history; Limiting the number of revisions; Matching revision metadata; Time-limiting options; Matching commit contents; Commit parents; Searching changes in revisions; Selecting types of change; History of a file; Path limiting; History simplification; Blame --
the line-wise history of a file; Finding bugs with git bisect; Selecting and formatting the git log output; Predefined and user defined output formats; Including, formatting, and summing up changes Summarizing contributionsViewing a revision and a file at revision; Summary; Chapter 3: Developing with Git; Creating a new commit; The DAG view of creating a new commit; The index --
a staging area for commits; Examining the changes to be committed; The status of the working directory; Examining differences from the last revision; Unified Git diff format; Selective commit; Selecting files to commit; Interactively selecting changes; Creating a commit step by step; Amending a commit; Working with branches; Creating a new branch; Creating orphan branches; Selecting and switching to a branch Obstacles to switching to a branchAnonymous branches; Git checkout DWIM-mery; Listing branches; Rewinding or resetting a branch; Deleting a branch; Changing the branch name; Summary; Chapter 4: Managing Your Worktree; Ignoring files; Marking files as intentionally untracked; Which types of file should be ignored?; Listing ignored files; Ignoring changes in tracked files; File attributes; Identifying binary files and end-of-line conversions; Diff and merge configuration; Generating diffs and binary files; Configuring diff output; Performing a 3-way merge; Transforming files (content filtering)

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Attain expert-level proficiency with Git for enhanced productivity and efficient collaboration by mastering advanced distributed version control featuresAbout This Book Set up Git for solo and collaborative development Harness the full power of Git version control system to customize Git behavior, manipulate history, integrate external tools and explore platform shortcuts A detailed guide, which explains how to apply advanced Git techniques and workflows and ways to handle submodulesWho This Book Is ForIf you are a Git user with reasonable knowledge of Git and familiarity with basic concepts such as branching, merging, staging, and workflows, this is the book for you. Basic knowledge of installing Git and software configuration management concepts is essential. What You Will Learn Explore project history, find revisions using different criteria, and filter and format how history looks Manage your working directory and staging area for commits and interactively create new revisions and amend them Set up repositories and branches for collaboration Submit your own contributions and integrate contributions from other developers via merging or rebasing Customize Git behavior system-wide, on a per-user, per-repository, and per-file basis Take up the administration and set up of Git repositories, configure access, find and recover from repository errors, and perform repository maintenance Chose a workflow and configure and set up support for the chosen workflowIn DetailGit is one of the most popular types of Source Code Management (SCM) and Distributed Version Control System (DVCS). Despite the powerful and versatile nature of the tool enveloping strong support for nonlinear development and the ability to handle large projects efficiently, it is a complex tool and often regarded as user-unfriendly. Getting to know the ideas and concepts behind the architecture of Git will help you make full use of its power and understand its behavior. Learning the best practices and recommended workflows should help you to avoid problems and ensure trouble-free development. The book scope is meticulously designed to help you gain deeper insights into Git's architecture, its underlying concepts, behavior, and best practices. Mastering Git starts with a quick implementation example of using Git for a collaborative development of a sample project to establish the foundation knowledge of Git operational tasks and concepts. Furthermore, as you progress through the book, the tutorials provide detailed descriptions of various areas of usage: from archaeology, through managing your own work, to working with other developers. This book also helps augment your understanding to examine and explore project history, create and manage your contributions, set up repositories and branches for collaboration in centralized and distributed version control, integrate work from other developers, customize and extend Git, and recover from repository errors. By exploring advanced Git practices, you will attain a deeper understanding of Git's behavior, allowing you to customize and extend existing recipes and write your own. Style and approachStep-by-step instructions and useful information make this book the ultimate guide to understanding and mastering Git. This book will show road to mastery example by example, while explaining mental model of Git. The Introduction section covers the 'Essentials' just for refreshing the basics. The main highlight is that the concepts are based on HOW the technology/framework works and not just practical 'WHAT to do'.

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