DevOps Classroomnotes 22/Apr/2022

Git Contd..

  • In Git We add changes to the Staging area from Working directory
  • New files are referred as untracked files as they were never part of the version control system (local repo)
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  • Now add the changes to the staging area
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  • Now commit the changes with some message
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  • Now lets delete a file
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  • Git will not track empty directories. When you add files to the directory then git will consider the files added
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  • Some useful commands so far
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  • Adding multiple changes to staging area and then commiting them
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  • Exercise:
    • Create a new folder called as cicd (anywhere in your system)
    • initialize the repository
    • create the following folders and add Readme.md in each folder
      • git
      • maven
      • msbuild
      • sonarqube
      • artifactory
      • jenkins
      • azuredevops
    • Now commit these changes
    • Now edit Readme.md in git and try to write one line about git (google and write) commit these changes
    • Now make the the change in each folder’s Readme.md as one commit
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    • Now repeat the above by changing readme.md of each tool with one line description and commit it.
  • Next Steps:
    • Selective addition to staging area.
    • Removing the changes from staging area
    • Removing the changes from working tree
    • How git works.
    • Modifying commits.

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