How to push changes to a remote repository in Git?

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by denis , in category: Third Party Scripts , 5 months ago

How to push changes to a remote repository in Git?

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by darion , 5 months ago

@denis 

To push changes to a remote repository in Git, you can follow these steps:

  1. Check the current status of your local repository by using the command: git status. This will show you the files that have been modified, added, or deleted.
  2. Add the changes you want to push to the staging area. You can do this by using the command: git add
  3. Commit the changes to your local repository by using the command: git commit -m "commit message". Replace commit message with a descriptive message that summarizes the changes you made.
  4. Push the changes from your local repository to the remote repository using the command: git push


If this is your first time pushing to the remote repository, you might need to set up a connection between your local repository and the remote repository using the git remote add <remote-name> <remote-url> command. Replace <remote-name> with a name of your choice (e.g., origin), and <remote-url> with the URL of the remote repository.


Note: Make sure to fetch and merge any changes from the remote repository before pushing your changes to avoid conflicts. You can update your local repository using the git pull <remote-name> <branch-name> command.