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Git - la guía sencilla

Git - la guía sencilla
git - la guía sencilla una guía sencilla para comenzar con git. sin complicaciones ;) por Roger Dudler (traducido por @lfbarragan y @adrimatellanes) créditos a @tfnico, @fhd y Namics disponible en english, deutsch, français, indonesian, italiano, nederlands, polski, português, русский, türkçe, မြန်မာ, 日本語, 中文, 한국어 por favor, reporta cualquier problema en github configuración Descarga git para OSX Descarga git para Windows Descarga git para Linux crea un repositorio nuevo Crea un directorio nuevo, ábrelo y ejecuta git init para crear un nuevo repositorio de git. hacer checkout a un repositorio Crea una copia local del repositorio ejecutando git clone /path/to/repository Si utilizas un servidor remoto, ejecuta git clone username@host:/path/to/repository flujo de trabajo Tu repositorio local esta compuesto por tres "árboles" administrados por git. add & commit Puedes registrar cambios (añadirlos al Index) usando git add <filename> git add . envío de cambios ramas actualiza & fusiona etiquetas guías

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