Tag: GIT

What is .gitignore and how to use it?

Gitignore is a file in a Git repository that tells Git which files or directories to ignore when committing changes. Ignoring certain files and directories can be useful when you have files that are generated automatically or are specific to your local development environment and you don’t want to commit them to the repository. To […]

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Simple Bash Script to easily GIT Commit + Push

@echo off REM Ask generic changes set /p changes=”Enter Changes: ” git add . && git commit -m “%changes%” && git push origin master  

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