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Make the clone at the remote repository.

git clone git@github.com:dblume/get-shit-done
git remote add upstream git://github.com/icambridge/get-shit-done

Enter a comment for the commit. See section 2.7.2 here.

git commit -a

Double checking the alias names…

$ git remote -v
origin  git@github.com:dblume/get-shit-done (fetch)
origin  git@github.com:dblume/get-shit-done (push)
upstream        git://github.com/icambridge/get-shit-done (fetch)
upstream        git://github.com/icambridge/get-shit-done (push)

The push that worked from within the local directory:

git push origin

Make a local clone of an existing remote project

From the parent directory:

git clone https://github.com/realpython/interview-questions.git python-interview
cd python-interview

When it's time to commit

1. Check which files are staged for commit.

git status

2. Then, when you're ready to commit locally,

git commit -a -m "Some useful comment"

3. When you're ready to push a local commit to a remote one…

git push -u origin master

or

git push https://github.com/dblume/netflix-dvd-feed

Creating a new remote repository from an existing local one

I created hexbright-factory at https://github.com/new. Then, to create a new repository on the command line at the local computer:

touch README.md
git init
git add README.md
git commit -m "first commit"
git remote add origin https://github.com/dblume/hexbright-factory.git
git push -u origin master

Creating a new remote repository from an existing local one

I created wine-tasting at https://github.com/new. Then, to create a new repository on the command line at the local computer:

~$ mkdir wine-tasting
~$ cd wine-tasting/
wine-tasting$ vim README.md
wine-tasting$ vim LICENSE.txt
wine-tasting$ git init
wine-tasting$ git add README.md
wine-tasting$ git add LICENSE.txt
wine-tasting$ git add test.py
wine-tasting$ git add wine_allocator.py
wine-tasting$ git commit -m "first commit"
wine-tasting$ git remote add origin https://github.com/dblume/wine-tasting.git
wine-tasting$ git push -u origin master

Renaming branches

To rename a remote branch:

  1. Rename the local one.
  2. Push the deletion of the old name.
  3. Push the new name.
  4. git remote prune origin

When someone else renamed a remote branch:

$ git fetch --all  # TODO investigate why fetch
$ git remote prune origin  # (where origin is the name of the shared repo)

Creating a branch (and possibly pushing to upstream origin)

$ git checkout -b new_branch
Switched to a new branch 'new_branch'

That was the same as “git branch new_branch; git checkout new_branch

And now if you want to create that branch name at the remote branch, then:

$ git push --set-upstream origin new_branch

Changing a local branch to a new remote branch

This'll work if you don't have a local branch with that name already.

$ git checkout --track origin/branch_name

Making the current local branch track a new remote branch

$ git branch -u origin/branch_name

git at dlma.com

I created a remote git repo at dlma like so:

At the server:

git$ mkdir testcode.git
git$ cd testcode.git/
testcode.git$ git init --bare

Then, at the local computer:

testcode$ git init
Initialized empty Git repository in /home/David/testcode/.git/
testcode$ git add .
testcode$ git commit -m "first commit"
...
testcode$ git remote add origin ssh://USERNAME@dlma.com/~/git/testcode.git
testcode$ git push origin master

I could've use gitweb but I used GitHub-like gitlist at http://git.dlma.com.

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