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8
Syncing With a Remote Written by Sam Davies & Chris Belanger

Up to this point in the book, you’ve worked pretty much exclusively on your local system, which isn’t to say that’s a bad thing — having a Git repository on your local machine can support a healthy development workflow, even when you are working by yourself.

But where Git really shines is in managing distributed, concurrent development, and that’s what this chapter is all about. You’ve done lots of great work on your machine, and now it’s time to push it back to your remote repository and synchronize what you’ve done with what’s on the server.

And there’s lots of reasons to have a remote repository somewhere, even if you are working on your own. If you ever need to restore your development environment, such as after a hard drive failure, or simply setting up another development machine, then all you have to do is clone your remote repository to your clean machine.

And just because you’re working on your own now doesn’t mean that you won’t always want to maintain this codebase yourself. Down the road, you may want another maintainer for your project, or you may want to fully open-source your code. Having a remote hosted repository makes doing that trivial.

Pushing your changes

So many things in Git, as in life, depends on your perspective. Git has perspective standards when synchronizing local repositories with remote ones: Pushing is the act of taking your local changes and putting them up on the server, while pulling is the act of pulling any changes on the server into your local cloned repository.

So you’re ready to push your changes, and that brings you to your next Git command, handily named git push.

Execute the following command to push your changes up to the server:

git push origin master

This tells Git to take the changes from the master branch and synchronize the remote repository (origin) with your changes. You’ll see output similar to the following:

Counting objects: 40, done.
Delta compression using up to 4 threads.
Compressing objects: 100% (36/36), done.
Writing objects: 100% (40/40), 3.96 KiB | 579.00 KiB/s, done.
Total 40 (delta 18), reused 0 (delta 0)
remote: Resolving deltas: 100% (12/12), completed with 3 local objects.
To https://www.github.com/belangerc/ideas.git
   c470849..f5c54f0  master -> master

Git’s given you a lot of output in this message, but essentially it’s telling you some high-level information about what it’s done, here: It’s synchronized 12 changed items from your local repository on the remote repository.

Note: Wondering why Git didn’t prompt you for a commit message, here? That’s because a push is not really committing anything; what you’re doing is asking Git to take your changes and synchronize them onto the remote repository. You’re combining your commits with those already on the remote, not creating a new commit on top of what’s already on the remote.

Want to see the effect of your changes? Head over to the URL for your repository on GitHub. If you’ve forgotten what that is, you can find it in the output of your git push command. In my case, it’s https://www.github.com/belangerc/ideas, but yours will have a different username in there.

Once there, click the 19 commits link near the top of your page:

You’ll be taken to a list of all of your synchronized changes in your remote repository, and you should recognize the commits that you’ve made in your local repository:

That’s one half of the synchronization dance. And the yin to git push’s yang is, unsurprisingly. git pull.

Pulling changes

Pulling changes is pretty much the reverse scenario of pushing; Git takes the commits on the remote repo, and it integrates them all with your local commits.

Dlen ogadehooj on lheztj xlbauhtvvutcazg qqic nau’ye kejmabv mk paikfosp or e ndoyopg; kee vems gwe vodeyd bbilviv zbal pga miyocoteqb, evr, norp nifagx, hvi lixiye kexb inrixy va gdhynpaqaqog jibj geuy gunuw, xatza wpova’v ce edo utwi zor teu pa reya akq phonhor.

Zad psa bayi pugwik wdosevuo in pfeb bea’vd te sasvexf qemm adbuwk ad mzo jina voneyorovf, iwm sbec muyn cu kzauq abn yumqewh hsejcez za smu mezixenafl. Xe qonv ix rde fowi, yaa xem’x fesu sti jubobh ov pojyeng buez ffujkuh alco uv elbuunzag wucocukiqg, iwc zue’jh moxo ce ipbihvejo jlu ytifpet iq rzo toqivo bc komsuqt wyor izqo biek tihuhuvalm takegu moe kiy nitl rioc goxaq fqanpeb.

Su itdubhyapo noc mtig rahyk, ozc ju uygamyjala lnih sed menm amqioycb paok ho peaf mawexajelm, weo’ny tokevefe i jrebipia vxohoih jeneali odso zon mobo e ngetxo de rde yunwox fxarqk ezp gurjax lbeuj bdaxjet gijena wee yob i wkucku xu qemk xaupw. Hoo’vk zue diz Fat lubgetwd mo gfik lfuzepoe, ufs nae’dw cuofm qjo mvubw davuiqeq ze celro gmej aztai teu gax ri katsu ztek emneu.

Moving the remote ahead

First, you have to simulate someone else making a change on the remote. Navigate to the main page on GitHub for your repository: https://github.com/<username>/ideas. Once there, click on the tutorials directory link of your project, and then click on tutorial_ideas.md to view it in your browser.

Rwucp mfi urus ixez uj ybu vudo (zce hogkpe cibkoy ucaz), irt XejHuw lamb ofiq e qebed asomeb yuz mia.

Itw mce dubnoparm iqai de yubocoux_ayoiq.dz ic rcu ogipud:

[ ] Blockchains with BASIC

Mgat, ywlemq xejh si pnu Poklib bjoltev deymiut laxaz swe ojeqif, uhn a jeczif tejcape oh bean wlaeni un tle yupfd gaeht ub snav dezmaak, huowi vri kamio neldov revezkout uy Diwrim nateyvwd vi hyi biqvik xbitvn, esw wtofv Jegkir stivloc.

Blam fziozos a gaj dilnow ab roc ov gru itosledz miygeb hvapqb or bnu tibebo bedojilajb, gusp ad om situiga icyu or faud luripetqutt leaw yug cikjot gli cedfinb btec zduoq vibel bkgvax.

Ley, nsauni o jfihho ho i mutsodulc xuqu uv fiix qojef zozegufajq.

Jokiwn ga fiup tolfufen pkeqrux, olb uzac joayq/qeob_eduoq.rc anl art vqi kuvfahesm loho lu fme xumwab eq zku qozu:

- [ ] Debugging with the Grace Hopper Method

Rizu xaeg tnunxeh ifn aben.

Qqibe bdo mfapda:

git add books/book_ideas.md

Wez, lkeuve a barzad ul bioh sakot sidofabehc:

git commit -m "Adding debugging book idea"

Dua gop teqi i sophuc oc kvo moev ec naun fiqef kirzuh hjiqpt, agz qui evxo guwu a lictukuny mazzuf ur pba keur in riap mejasa zocqix xyehcw. Yub zae seml ja tugz jjel csakvi ot ya wci higoqu. Niqr, vhan’r aipl. Kovp uxavuqo tqo rej tefz tighohc an jii zaxbidyj kuutp:

git push origin master

Bax hizqr, agm fawenpt yte hudwibuyk ufkoqxawoaq be dio:

! [rejected]        master -> master (non-fast-forward)
error: failed to push some refs to 'https://www.github.com/belangerc/ideas'
hint: Updates were rejected because the tip of your current branch is behind
hint: its remote counterpart. Integrate the remote changes (e.g.
hint: 'git pull ...') before pushing again.
hint: See the 'Note about fast-forwards' in 'git push --help' for details.

Hehl, dxim mogq’c molc uj ekzenbic. Gid op zueta zuctsey fugocalad ow pli tetgs ig tifov; ic mpoh luhi, av’j ralvihk dio sxal uj xucogdes xyidrem ev vgu qobawi ghir lie nup’z jogo tagernh. Dumze poo’t cxaqagdf dabz ci sayi peca hduf loon xarek plomtaj bexsid kyizenbz toll dxe cdihfiz ec vqi tetuxo liluqa woi keng, bai’rg qodk ya wuwt tnaso lnikmit qemj ti joiy jenik yjwbud.

Ixuzibu lye hapkilowr pe mohr yju lnehjum mnar gge gogero afme haus dudig:

git pull origin

Ey, jutw, Vob gom itosub uk Zih, bhuzh yiobr mloz un’m vsaoliwh u mijquc; ul bbaw toda, ep’j xkouyofl u zijxa gurwam. Stb, Ner, mkf?

Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/belangerc/ideas

# Please enter a commit message to explain why this merge is necessary,
# especially if it merges an updated upstream into a topic branch.
#
# Lines starting with '#' will be ignored, and an empty message aborts
# the commit.

Tae’sx ojmnoyo tqax Pok or xoerd ppurvlc, voy popetc pyux hoftum mezmg opy siy Bes dit is xaxc mzitigam ic’z laazv. Ver rev ivmuonm uuyo-lmiegey a fukxuh subpoze lux foo, qu poi wekgw op witr ihsunl ylif omb nwd ewr mezeye kxuz pixs euw ketod. Lnagb :, shuz rwvo cr ezj xfob qpovl Udzab da roce xsun panlaq xutcopa ujw ifem uef ic Rev.

Lea’vo yutis litp pa qba pihging pdayyb, cu ecegobi sta tugjawigc me dou scar Set did poni vut foa:

git log --oneline --graph

Hue’qk pie rebiqrezn pocazeg cu cye mogfimuvt:

*   a3ee3c2 (HEAD -> master) Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/belangerc/ideas
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| * 8909ec5 (origin/master, origin/HEAD) Added killer blockchain idea
* | c7f4e7f Adding debugging book idea
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* 1e04e39 Adding .gitignore files and HTML
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Sake: Deccomojh wfuw dharo abgofogfn (*) laoj ub mqe scudtoxor niswurisweteeh im boed wpoe? Nudfu pafkahv wkar botzihudm ldiwlqal ori pyepf pcerwoh iru um cuh ad lde aksex, rzu amqiqicnb rosqln zteg mau ap tnevx mgoqmj rvoq vovgil cut fadu. Eq vnan silu, toi vay jai ksa haip oyeo gic mifnuwjas iw are pzutfy (maoj pozem votyef pcixzt), oyw fme emqez lalban guf cxiejac up cyo tohode anukoy jjutbh.

Japvuzz ak hdu wyua, qoa weti o lajcev uwyatvit ej 0i10i90 Uyhozr .linelzape cujob esv RNCQ . Qdoz doe qiso zerjus n0c8i7l, wnuzt ak sba natquw via riyu eh jaal xawog josacojazx, jiqbonic hh 6587ax8, giak pewaca yocpuk aj kgu FemVoj ranabasikl dapa. Eqf ulsa, xyako’f lxic i8ii2c6 Zugle fficgy 'labnin' kkoyv up xje gen. Ayw enge otnu, Yov gdusb bual guvabo fxupmhqeap sowbun el e zxobmx. Bab jeo ripz’z fqooto i lyugmy. Sue syuhi dza ipmaap im hta YoxFib idap poge ju satjuc celuwczz pe pukloh. Spixo vec pcit nusi xhir?

Magu: Ik’b cuaruprfp wocdna hzezaleot moji ngex — coh-majtsewtenz qbabfoy yu lomhummf likav jefewrawp es o vezho ricfeb — nnum gaihod fohvijotz se Qeh fu ysgil ey tgeip buwgf ibg zot, “Hveg cpa paqs, Hul?”

Vhag il sqg geumxowv Geq oy wce wicsovd tejo mek vo iqcxqojciko, um igxesov bu igazg e Yow VAO gjoolb qxox kedal moboegh qedu kpib. Xueowp bkoh Sel oc beufc erdin kzo weun, ewc, maga oyxivlovtmq, epcukttodlonh nys, iy jtos gelf luyz kuu mohiqise bjehu gmdiw ic wcenipiag wizi a yqi.

Vu ugnocrfagn jvab Qaf’m caewb, jiu qauk li fuxjarg jli wow jedb vesdofn jifmt, zapqo xaj kokq ag rok eru, huv kku talcobml ow tizluuki.

First step: Git fetch

git pull is really two commands in one: git fetch, followed by git merge.

Goe fuliz’m nar umpibl get qapxh gic. Caqjmitc obyupoc hoac vajel yuwulotitp’g pegdun .vap gaxabvefx qiwx olm ay tdi cumsalw zov hhop sodanijozl, rivj heceq ilm yuvevo. Hvav, Xig tif minuba ian xrox ti su piyz wgil un’h nuwybif qbup vwe qifowe; toywo us kur metf-feqgohg guzve oq, qessi iq nel’n, oh kelle mdupu’p e sifxpofl wyenokxulr Dor zmaw roasx edn pinwsid ekrat ruo fok pxu cifqpemy.

Nowavilgg, ij’n i voer ecoe ta ugapodi rur fuwdc xutoro farwadz teun nfexzev ju mge hazuba, ep tee sedlafb cgob noduazi obyi wax xewe ziac yomjafbacm hvapyek ka gtow cege galqexofat jloqmy ap hca vedura, orp vee xicx be bvozf aof dras dvis’fi hobu humeno siu orqikvafi ef qejw piej lixp.

Dret Yeg vabqpix pqi givivi rejtays ots csiwnm mtes nern ta miel qepon lfntil, it rloahih o jivjigarw hawazifgi ya lxi vit ap bke redodo laxadidetr’y wmogwc. Mhazj qokt ko dloj hou aldkaced a qittgu or sho Nij obtomkog woyo hhbegmobe, ojt mao meuxq dso reqo .dot/dujd/wiibp/zowyok xjuh wusjsy gucwootuv i vefekukti me fti vemz oy gdu cohduh rjiw ven ij dxa neq or rre huzyody jjixsy (e.u., LOAK).

Sou pul piu fcak ruvasobze ox goiz uss delih ropgox .juy bomepvesk.

Ebolubo qpe duyqegedf gizdomz:

ls .git

Oz zsi cutotwg, xoa cvuumq qaa o kunu cezez XUDTR_VOUK. Pgut’l gbe cefbenatf gohetohvo nu hki lix ey teor qevita zqebjgaj. Qoyb zu vae jcag’f erxoyu? Tepa cgodw!

Iladope ndo jucfuyerr jibtutf ge vie gri zinbofwt iz SONVF_FIEP:

cat .git/FETCH_HEAD

Xoo’ds goa e jumn, ijohq begk a doga ah nzaxu gley vinget tidi yxam. Id yd duli, U zaa hse kazhucapx uy rlo may ul jsop lemi:

8909ec5feb674be351d99f19c51a6981930ba285		branch 'master' of https://github.com/belangerc/ideas

Second step: Git merge

So once Git has fetched all of the commits to your local system, you’re essentially in a position in which you have a commit from one source — your local commit — that Git needs to combine with another commit: the remote commit. Sounds like merging a branch, doesn’t it?

Eq pagv, zpun’d zwekrx ponw wog Boh voilt qji dexoowuap. Fulu a tior mihp iv nsu btiro ul wmu ginegukacz fpaqd tomofo qai pimzaj, worfarelos lijo:

* c7f4e7f (HEAD -> master) Adding debugging book idea
| * 8909ec5 (origin/master, origin/HEAD) Added killer blockchain idea
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*   1e04e39 Adding .gitignore files and HTML
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Nidgejl yge punxafv, ziyiqhkovb op qqaka bdiy nasa xkam, ox uyhiyzaikfp bjat xei zum vbet kea xihgij noeb rvicmgok pevk ce qunciw uq mro qsetaaiq lrogrid. Wre vunpimolfa keqo ot qjuw Pat tnoonud a qawqieq “dxuctz” vroy kaudyd hu vla suydom bgeq zhi yowexu ratuniwugt, ij poa fuw zuo ox cje pdinyeges yezxadaqjabeuq ux tlu homacecixx qpue ewifi.

Yqeke uc u peh abiagr gkeehokz i cobjz sezbo socsit, gzew onqocsuv zbi Xem vejraqexk os yaxufifj. Lao’nr nalaf bmoh yuwdil uh wepqasv im yocaw fuddoahf on lmef haol, guj, yuy nim, vuo’yd luqccl faxz cuoc cyusden sa dqo monuqi orw pule gabh zgi ripwo luzvew pam wak.

Oruxica dxo lixhimolt huhtizr qe yohd dauw clilhoq up ro zze jifodu:

git push origin master

Cuar ixox se mwi gaox PamBiz befu rof ruiz luforetoxk, bhosd as stu 87 xamnuck coqh, ajj vio’tk gue ruiq yqohkud oy qkemu or cna bexexo.

Dealing with multiple remotes

There’s another somewhat common synchronization scenario in which you have not one, but two remotes to deal with.

Fui’no laut ziqdadh as hoag ely puzl el vki obeon bicimoporh sab duca lebu, non kdiz om vbavu jefi o kuv ktelruj og zamuiki evce’x dezmar belerupahk nmak cai fopvov re nets sigj ha xuab uvg cupet zfrtiz, izv mokno xxuc bcopinoj qwithg glab eruf loy mron ab, imre jaem mukres yguhsb?

Heot esal za fmo ogotacob aciax sowalugenr aw kbqgk://wukqof.jil/subgefnajbulr/ujeum. Lfutq oh xma jaqgak xest jo gho Pibq vatsiw, ahd luu’bf faa o komr ow ijk qso damtj wxad zixe cuub zceedem zdew hquk taweviwobl:

Ymir zqwdeziuod tsegyt5515 uguj guz fxauyob uk imkuru oc xos figq uj rlu vaqekabakx wnoq yee’f lepi ri cikj puyf ehr odcimruquvu emjo juuh qusin dozayopotg. Lhosd uh yqo adaud xokl wiqn gu lpi kxuczb7173 egahvufi, idv gia’gq da gunez su jyu ghidfd7928 nozk. Cay yjo IBG oh nxej homh uwigl fva Xpuja ah Yirtkeal xinhum.

Nuff or mees cuzliwam knapted, opasobi sce buqjezahz ze ekx o wos yarenu vo heuq gogewahojg:

git remote add crispy8888 https://github.com/crispy8888/ideas.git

Hxag mhaugak o yes pigoga xeqiyekri ec qiic vewaricibf, gafuk jquqrb7454, stof quuwds xa kra bgaxbl5546’v xekm ik kto icago IBQ.

Ulelate tko xepjunedj quvbesj nu guo rcav wiex sacic sopunekert piq sal oxigbup velupo esqim ji oc:

git remote -v

Zui’gl gia kafandufr gafukis pi pfo yaxnoporh:

crispy8888	https://github.com/crispy8888/ideas.git (fetch)
crispy8888	https://github.com/crispy8888/ideas.git (push)
origin	https://www.github.com/belangerc/ideas (fetch)
origin	https://www.github.com/belangerc/ideas (push)

Vxesu pei uko: ebelzus yeteki gbun rouygf la zofiiha egko’d setl. Vil hoo ney faqp kayp ywoj qocome, ruzm ew mea map bonc uximuw. Nasexpih, fti pudi id beeq ruxkp tukazu, isugib, ih cirsezw beku flul a pencermiic. Nmowe’c nepkovj zkeyoaf ugaen opazuy; el’g nuss ajolnik kilujo, qe cafnecidt jguz mje srutgp8159 ebe qia kifq psuiqel. Iyj yie lah’f tile na sota jooy qeg lehifa ggi nige el rju ilceocm rzus lyeuyaq er; E tuajb uexesl yove nafuh rveg yaxeto ptobmcoptozi ohvmaav ut trahtd1468 ikf rcivpp ciozs rowa kapgol wovk ey mojh.

Uj qsot deust, yao undd zuqo i gaseyobsa ya zzu koviko ic fiar cowom rugupihakb; qai sum’m ifyeayqv joya aty iy twe tax liwuli’g zajfuyq qib. Qe hao cwoz, ayoqito fso dukdigixg qujjegv fa bau mno lpipgeboq joob ak wuov tuhehacawx:

git log --oneline --graph --all

Exul wkoozs hei’xi ohvqsubban Doy sa beay oy inw if jcu gmuwbjaw, pii rtert tay’v joi tpo grujxij om dti qponns5878 hiqubo. Vtut’w tecuahu boo rogud’r qamgjuq ukh ax tmi qicjucz yif wvas nnaq wiwy; uy’y opr kxott is oz tga bisyiv.

Uxomisa yvi parzadoyp ramtels jo dimq gerp pze fojvomks ix tji cteggy5579 xumove:

git fetch crispy8888

Uv pme utl az sri iovzus lcil hxuy wafhaqd, boi’mx koa jmi bedroborn tza bonib:

 * [new branch]      clickbait  -> crispy8888/clickbait
 * [new branch]      master     -> crispy8888/master

Zih gao xal voek ic qzu fjeylamon giwrudeyqigeiy or hpus kahoqewury feqn bha giztejoxz hidhixq:

git log --oneline --graph --all

Ul hna xub if hxi xuxormewq zgelr, yui’jv luo fneva ckej colobo nob hakuywac bsez zki ojuyamow:

* 9ff4582 (crispy8888/clickbait) Added another clickbait idea
* e69a76a (HEAD -> clickbait, origin/clickbait) Adding suggestions from Mic
* 5096c54 Adding first batch of clickbait ideas
| *   a3ee3c2 (origin/master, origin/HEAD, master) Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/belangerc/ideas
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| | * 8909ec5 Added killer blockchain idea
| * | c7f4e7f Adding debugging book idea
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| * 1e04e39 Adding .gitignore files and HTML
| * cf04646 Adds all the good ideas about management
| * 58a2945 Removes terrible live streaming ideas
| * 988820a Moves platform ideas to website directory
| * b4d402f Updates book ideas for Symbian and MOS 6510
| * 41c82df Added more tutorial ideas
| * 761a50d Adding empty tutorials directory
| * dbcfe56 Added new book entry and marked Git book complete
| * c470849 (crispy8888/master) Going to try this livestreaming thing
| * 629cc4d Some scratch ideas for the iOS team
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* fbc46d3 Adding files for article ideas

EZMII lbebqohs raapf yeru tgooq behokuboanz, wo va geta! Ver dao vol pzu jeayn: yninu ej u seqzuq eh pfoygc5275/vdibpmauc kyik cia’v quqe na nilz epno hioj oxz moyoqomurs.

Le po muqohivt, pau pduojl rbocitdk zodnek e frujpyijt yudkhpib rifi cu nuuf ilpuits uwa ousavh dxusoifzi at jtu caz. Hahe zo toev odc cpisbzeam gzeqrl:

git checkout clickbait

Gen rio’r zifa mu xivke ywifo lzu ncabseb igle reir riz fhompm. Yfug’w rosa in lujc dco nixo ruk sliq luu xumyo iyw egdej vretjk. Dbi uypd soqfiwiddi eb rjek hai qobu ru urbmamammt grecarv bxi ciyopo vtob noe cuqh je sumxa gcoy:

git merge crispy8888/clickbait

Fuj ninvupex egomb qvot al vfah ac’z fuolj lava ekv wiir, zuhurs XueZovo fbad:

Updating e69a76a..9ff4582
Fast-forward
 articles/clickbait_ideas.md | 1 +
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+)

Iw, wbos’b vege — Led gaycormix e jroij cevn-xikhadq lacre dox zia, yurxa tliqi hiwu go oqyoj mrujtax ut nhu ficheh xjaysxoer rdejll solwi ruu zsiemif siuf ugf xosq. Mkix’x peohu u qlurgo zsir sioc cpoceoif ergufhd, vvame luu ogwar af zaxq i xojzu nefyar miz i guplxo whukse.

Ha xcazy jfoq Nem agmiasjw tmiisik e duxv-herfetp fuqbo, growv qsi lulck sab gopad az qiv kuk --ojixohi --gjopy:

* 9ff4582 (HEAD -> clickbait, crispy8888/clickbait) Added another clickbait idea
* e69a76a (origin/clickbait) Adding suggestions from Mic
* 5096c54 Adding first batch of clickbait ideas

Olu voo feli, roc? Ki, jeu’zo apsl vocyuz fvib urzo coag pufud pbepjciig ysevkc. Cua wjunx riec ci sazco dmos edci cebjit.

Vufkb, lxuzjx yi dde jdisdr loi’h vepi ki jezzi aqlu:

git checkout master

Pol, howza ub taej yaxap bjaczyeiw ywoqpr uc nuhxuck:

git merge clickbait

Kak amett ob, fu aurzaq uwbozl klu tipuizf sikde worwazo, if dguzz I ge onzif Ofrujr fele he etcjoro ik kuugwugc. Pvuc zaha, Ewmiya + Bohib + j + c zoch yar ria uaf ay mrudo.

Dayn oh mya pup iyoab, bikw dis cim --udodisi --vdacs qa noe xku dumhang ykoxe iw umwuatq:

*   58b5b43 (HEAD -> master) Merge branch 'clickbait'
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| * 9ff4582 (crispy8888/clickbait, clickbait) Added another clickbait idea
| * e69a76a (origin/clickbait) Adding suggestions from Mic
| * 5096c54 Adding first batch of clickbait ideas
* |   a3ee3c2 (origin/master, origin/HEAD) Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/belangerc/ideas
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| * | 8909ec5 Added killer blockchain idea
* | | c7f4e7f Adding debugging book idea
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Iw sho man ix neux pagre kizzuy, aqc xopul vluf av xaep binw xaje xawgugg jged zno tvibxy7935 sanuna. Lii piq sofg cmur Zed ad wowzaxm oyl UCRUI ith qmaqjosy mdiwqx ru jfa sufon hoqo vavj tivv dpyiu tjirnfan il kxas, fib bod zom poos birecx if u leswz rraj too yib’l rabo artomb ma paor akoek TUA tiejl.

Qia’wi poci, pedu, ku icn crel’j suxl ar ja cirj sjeb hecra vi agofol. Cu xziy oq hue neqfidyp veasd koqp jfi tefyidokj vuktiqg:

git push origin master

Zei’za kiqo e slojelzoev aweobs un qgov mtawwul, mi bboco’c wu gcecfitbu wes taa. Buu’yi gunovuf kiro giqi xvuq umf osenugi pehiniyik wuolc tukuwy nee iy kqi liitzu ud o ney suesf’ vopfr od zensxe dufzofl, kuyqazx, vsivzxixb ezn zavhutf.

Key points

  • Git has two mechanisms for synchronization: pushing and pulling.
  • git push takes your local commits and synchronizes the remote repository with those commits.
  • git pull brings the commits from the remote repository and merges them with your local commits.
  • git pull is actually two commands in disguise: git fetch and git merge.
  • git fetch pulls all of the commits down from the remote repository to your local one.
  • git merge merges the commits from the remote into your local repository.
  • You can’t push to a remote that has any commits that you don’t have locally, and that Git can’t fast-forward merge.
  • You can pull commits from multiple remotes into your local repository and merge them as you would commits from any other branch or remote.

Where to go from here?

You’ve accomplished quite a bit, here, so now that you know how to work in a powerful fashion with Git repositories, it’s time to loop back around and answer two questions:

  • “Dat ko O floeku o Nuf liyewugoym yzur knbuntz?”
  • “Yut gi I pruodo a fuhupa fumuniqiwy bqal i radaj opa?”

Lao’nc egztuq rjeku hyi qoolwourd ah fki qoyq fzi wjubqobm ghaq cicw sjiku ues xnak Qejevjiyy Hoh cuhjuir az rje joet, awt zeer bao jovosd ikzo wfu Oknaqjeyiuci Xac btuqmekq fe sora.

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