Issues with Git 37) #1009

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Submitted 3 months ago

3.1)
To avoid that these changes are included → To avoid including these changes
you how you → how you

3.2)
Staging area, remove staged changes You → You
avoids that the changes are included → avoids including the changes
output of git status command → output of the git status command

3.3)
with git checkout command → with the git checkout command
content of a directory → contents of a directory

3.4)
a delete directory → a deleted directory
your_dir_to_restore → in the rest of the listing it’s called checkoutheaddemo, so that should be used here too

3.5)
base on → based on

4.1)
reseted → reset
what you happen → what will happen
commited → committed
included in commits which are reseted → including in commits which are reset

5)
this section talks about finding commits, not resetting

5.1)
commands does → command does
You if you → If you

6)
I thought git clean deleted untracked files but this section says git reflog does

6.1)
git reset, squash commits As → As
reseted → reset
allows to use → allows you to use

7.1)
git revert You → You

8.1)
git checkout, based on commit ID → I think this is a removable fragment like the others
status described → state described

9.1)
allows to see → allows you to see
file the current → file in the current

9.2)
following command → following commands

Comments

  3 months ago

Thanks, applied. I ended up deleting some redundant info and rewriting some content.

I moved the reset section to https://learn.vogella.com/exercises/git-version-control-system/resetting-branch-pointers-FvJ4i#resetcommit_path in the branch category as I think it fits better here.

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