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# git blame shows the author and commit per # line of a file git blame filename # the -L option allows limiting the selection # for example by line number # only show line 1 and 2 in git blame git blame -L 1,2.
# remove directory.metadata from git repo git rm -r -cached.metadata # remove file test.
# some nonsense change echo "change which should be removed later" test01 # add the file to the staging area git add test01 # restores the file based on head in the staging area git reset head test01.1.
# switch to the first directory cd /repo01 # make changes echo "Change in the first repository" mergeconflict.# removes staged and working tree changes # of committed files git reset -hard If you have tracked files with modifications, you lose these changes with the above command.# delete a file rm test01 # revert the deletion git checkout - test01 # note git checkout test01 also works but using # two - ensures that Git understands that test01 # is a path and not a parameter # change a file echo.# switch to your Git repository cd /repo01 # create an empty file in a new directory touch datafiles/data.# switch to the first repository and pull in the changes cd /repo01 git pull./t/ # check the changes git status.1.