This website does a pretty good job of explaining the common commands: http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/
@sgt_3dboss that's a really good question.
To say more, code projects can get huge and complex, and Git allows you to:
1) keep track of changes made to a project over time
2) explore different directions or new features for a code project, then merge those changes back into the "master" version of the project.
3) Probably the most important, Git allows you to seamlessly work with multiple collaborators on a single code project
I hope this helps! Thanks for reaching out!
thanks for your help...
do you know something what could help me? something like a book or youtubeclip
i dont understand this question
can i have some help with it please?
1. In the terminal, initialize a new Git project.
Notice the output:
Initalized an empty git repository in /home/ccuser/workspace/sorcerers-code/.git/
The Git project was created. Click Next to continue.
You have to call all the code from the beginning step by step as like:
$ git init
$ git status
$ git add scene-1.txt
it works fine with me.