Published on Aug 19, 2021 |
For example, you need to transfer the information you created (from your home or work computer) to a server (for example, the GitHub repository).
So that every member of your team, or, for example, an instructor, can access your files.
In this case, you need to decide which folder or file you want to synchronize with the server, i.e. create a local storage (repository).
We will consider it using the example of working with IDEA and managing from the console. This example is not specifically tied to the software used, so you can repeat this example for your specific situation.
Step by step:
That's it, the local repository has been created, now we need to link the local and remote (GITHUB created in point 1) repositories. To do this, we need to enter the following commands:
Congratulations, you have linked the remote and local repositories.
To upload files to the remote repository, run the command:
git push - after pressing Enter, the first time you are asked to enter your GitHub username and password.
You can now see the changes made on the GitHub site.
Please note that after you have made changes with the files, in our example, this saved the project in IDEA, you need to run the following commands:
To transfer to the remote repository, run this command as well:
In order, on the contrary, to get information from the remote repository to the local repository, run the command:
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