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phab:T232554

Cloning a repository

git clone "https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/operations/mediawiki-config" && (cd "mediawiki-config" && mkdir -p .git/hooks && curl -Lo `git rev-parse --git-dir`/hooks/commit-msg https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/tools/hooks/commit-msg; chmod +x `git rev-parse --git-dir`/hooks/commit-msg)

Making the change

gedit InitialiseSettings.php

Staging the change

git add wmf-config/InitialiseSettings.php

Committing the change

git commit

Updating the remote repository

git push origin HEAD:refs/for/master

username: nn1l2

pass: generate

phab:T232657

Updating the local repository

git fetch pull

Making the change

gedit InitialiseSettings.php

Staging the change

git add InitialiseSettings.php

Committing the change

git commit

Updating the remote repository

git push origin HEAD:refs/for/master

username: nn1l2

pass: generate

Other points

  • Scan chapter 2 of [1]
    • git status is a useful command.
    • git add <file> to stage a change (modified file) or track a new file
    • git checkout <file> to unmodify a modified file
    • For updating the clone, use git pull rather than git fetch. The first one will download and merge, but the second one only downloads (changes unstaged).
  • Scan chapter 1 of the same book
    • Snapshots not diffs
    • Three states that files can reside in: 1) modified; 2)staged; 3)committed. Three main sections of a Git project: 1) working directory; 2) staging area; 3) git directory.
    • استیچ به معنی سکو است، سکویی برای رسیدن به جای بهتر/بهشت (گیت دیرکتوری)، سکویی که اعضایش دستچین شده‌اند. ورکینگ دیرکتوری پایین‌ترین سطح و محلی است که همه‌جور کار (از کثیف تا تمیز) باید انجام شود تا در نهایت تمیزها به استیج بروند و شاید به بهشت (گیت دیرکتوری) رسیدند!
    • "check out" in this context most probably means "prove to be true or correct" [example: "his claims simply did not check out"], but I'm not sure!
  • commit = check in
  • checkout [2]