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Create a new repository
Belows are steps that we will create a new repository.
Create a new folder that contains our project
In this folder, typing git init command
# create an empty repository with .git folder to manage everything in this folder git init
Create our new things and push them to the local repository
git add . git commit -m "message"
If we don’t want to track some files, create .gitignore file.
Finally, we will connect the local repository with our Gitlab or Github
In the Gitlab or Github, create our new repository.
Then, in our working space, we will add the remote repository’s url in the loal configuration
git remote add origin <remote-repository-url> git push -u origin master
Remove the remote repository
# syntax git remote rm <repository-name> # for example git remote rm sample-repo
Add the new remote repository
git remote add <name_of_repository> url
url: means the path that points to repo, the tail of url is .git.
To check this remote whether it makes or not, use the syntax:
git remote git remote -v
When to use:
- when we want to merge a repository’s branches to the other repository’s branches.
- Understanding what we will intend to do with Git.