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How to Change Branch in Git

A Git Branch is a separate line of development in a software project. User can create a branch, and keep on committing their changes to this branch without messing the original ‘master’ branch. Usually, each developer working on a code makes his/her changes in a separate branch. Git offers features to merge the branch with […]

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How to Change the URL of a Git Remote

Git is one of the most widely used version control systems today. All kinds of software development, from tiny projects to production level enterprise products, everything uses Git today. Although Git is used as a decentralized version control system, i.e., each user can have his/her own version of the code, there is usually a central […]

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How to Use Git in Linux

From the late ’80s when version control software first started developing, Git remains the most easy to use code change tracking tool. Services like Github and Gitlab offer storage of code in a repository, often referred to as a ‘Remote’ repository. They act as central storage of code; Git can sync a local code with […]