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PHPMaster: Introduction to Git, Part 2

By Sean Hudgston
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In Part 1 of this series I introduced the basics of using Git – creating repositories, adding files, committing files, and using the Git’s log and diff tools to view a timeline of your changes. This part will move on from that to cover some slightly more advanced topics: reverting changes, creating branches, and merging changes from one branch into another. Reverting Changes after You’ve Screwed Up Let’s take a classic example involving some unintentionally deleted work. You’ve edited a source file to make a simple change and you’re are about to hit Ctrl + S (assuming you’re not using vi) to save your work when the palm of your hand brushes across your laptop’s touch pad which causes a large chunk of the file to be selected

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