git - the simple guide - no deep shit!You can easily perform the necessary Git commands like staging, commit, merge, rebase, pull and push via the Eclipse IDE. It is good practice to place your Git repositories outside the Eclipse workspace. This separates your Git repository from any additional meta-data which Eclipse might create. By default, Eclipse Git uses the git folder in the users home directory to clone new repositories. This default location can of course be adjusted, see Default clone location for more information on this. If you want to learn about the usage of the Git command line, you can use the Git Tutorial as a reference. In this case no additional installation is required.
Git Tutorial for Beginners: Command-Line Fundamentals
Comment 3. In this blog, I will talk about the Top 20 Git Commands that you will be using frequently while you are working with Git. This command sets the author name and email address respectively to be used with your commits. This command shows the differences between the files in the staging area and the latest version present. This command undoes all the commits after the specified commit and preserves the changes locally. This command fetches and merges changes on the remote server to your working directory. Want to learn more about git commands?