Node Notes

SSH Notes

Git step by step

Create an empty directory: directoryname

$ mkdir directoryname

$ cd directoryname

Create a directoryname.html file in it

$ touch directoryname.html

Create a repository

$ git init

Add the page to the repository

$ git add directoryname.html

$ git commit -m "First Commit to directoryname"

Check the status of the repository

$ git status

 

Changing the “directoryname.html” page

$ start notepad++ directoryname.html

Check the working directory’s status.

$ git status

Adding changes

$ git add directoryname.html

$ git status

Staging and committing

$ git add directoryname.html

$ git commit -m "Changes directoryname.html <h1>Hello, World!</h1>"

Commiting the changes

$ git commit

# your editor opens

# On the first line, enter the comment: “Added hi tag”.

$  git commit

Checking the status

$ git status

# The working directory is clean, you can continue working.

Change the “directoryname.html” page so that it contained default tags <html> and <body>.

$ start notepad++ directoryname.html

<html>

  <body>

    <h1>Hello, World!</h1>

  </body>

</html>

$ git add directoryname.html

Now add the HTML headers (<head> section) to the “directoryname.html” page.

$ start notepad++ directoryname.html

<html>

  <head>

  </head>

  <body>

    <h1>Hello, World!</h1>

  </body>

</html>

$ git status

Commit

Commit the staged changes (default values), then check the status one more time.

$ git commit -m "Added standard HTML page tags"

$ git status

Adding the second change

$ git add .

$ git status

Commit the second change

$ git commit -m "Added HTML header"

History: Getting a list of changes made is a function

$ git log

One line history

$ git log --pretty=oneline

Options to choose which entreis appear in the log.

git log --pretty=oneline --max-count=2

git log --pretty=oneline --since=20.minutes-ago

git log --pretty=oneline --until=5.minutes-ago

git log --pretty=oneline --author=<your name>

git log --pretty=oneline --all

git log --pretty=oneline --since=20.minutes-ago

git log --pretty=oneline --until=5.minutes-ago

Getting fancy
$ git log --all --pretty=format:"%h %cd %s (%an)" --since='7.days-ago'


 

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