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  • A basic Git Tutorial


    Generic Resources about Git

    All about Git - official page

    Some good video talks about http:

    A good book of the subject:

    Install Git

    On Windows

    Install MySysGit (Be sure to check the install with "Git bash here" support)

    On Linux

    Use your package manager to install git.

    Basic Functions

    Cloning a repo to your hard drive

    The most basic form of this command is:

    $ git clone --recursive http://github.com/{username}/{reponame}

    A slightly better form is to specify the folder name of the local repo:

    $ git clone --recursive http://github.com/{username}/{reponame} {localreponame}

    In the case of mangosZero this would be a valid command to clone it correctly to a folder called 0server

    $ git clone --recursive http://github.com/mangoszero/server serverZero

    Sometimes you may want to clone a specific branch i.e. develop21

    $ git clone --recursive http://github.com/{username}/{reponame} -b develop21 {localreponame}

    Updating an existing repo with the latest source

    From the folder containing the source, type:

    $ git pull --recurse-submodules

    This will pull in all updated files, you can then proceed to build using Visual Studio or cmake/make on Linux.


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