# create branch, switch to it and commit changes git checkout -b hotfix git commit -a -m 'Commit changes for fix' # go back to main branch git checkout main # merge branch changes to main git merge hotfix # delete branch after merging, as it is not needed anymore git branch -d hotfix # check on which branch your are git status # list all branches including last commit on each branch git branch -vv # check which branches are already merged and which are not git branch --merged git branch --no-merged # rename branche locally git branch --move bad-branch-name corrected-branch-name # push new name to github/gitlab git push --set-upstream origin corrected-branch-name # displays local and remote branches git branch --all # delete remote branch git push origin --delete bad-branch-name # push branch to remote git push origin hotfix
After connecting to a local dev container using Visual Studio Code and trying to clone a private project from Github I got the following error:
Cloning into 'myProject'... warning: url has no scheme: helperselector fatal: credential url cannot be parsed: helperselector
The only way I could remove this error was deleting the helperselector settings. So open the git config with:
git config --edit --global
and remove the the helperselector block (the first two lines). You will now get asked again for your credentials when cloning a project.
rm -rf myProject/.git* git rm --cached myProject/ -f
|Git||Git is a distributed version-control system|
|CTS||Change and Transport Management System|
|gCTS||Git-based CTS (the evolution of the classical CTS)|
|abapGit||An open-source Git client that allows you to import existing code into your ABAP system|
|Repository||A Repository is a collection of objects, their directory structure, and metadata|
|Transport requests||A transport request records all the changes in your ABAP development system.|
With gCTS: Once a transport request is released, the changes are pushed into your central Git repository in the cloud as a commit represented by a commit ID.