If you regularly use code editors, GUI tools or other programs that automatically create files and folders, you may want to set up a global
.gitignore file which will apply to every repo on your machine. In this lesson, we show how to do that by creating a
.gitignore_global file with the dotfiles in our
~/ root directory, and then link it to all git repos using our global
Thanks for the great course and great effort! Have learned many stuff.
Thanks for lesson. It's the first one of many I wish to complete after getting the pro subscription. Quality resource for practical use of git, perfect.
You are welcome! Thank you for watching :)
I'm glad :) Thank you.
Perfekt course! Thank you!
It would be really helpful to have some general guidance on a project branching model and best practices on commit messages.
Great course! I look forward for other git tricks
Thank you, I needed this course to refresh my git knowledge ;) and clarify ambiguity.