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eagleeyetom

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Hi.
Today I would like to show you how to use github. I'm not an expert (I'm rather n00b TBH :p) but I learned some things and might help you with simple git commands.

1. Github? What's that?

In short it's the web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git revision control system. In English - the place where you store your sources.

c826ad7b.png


2. Creating an account.

  • 2.0 Download the required libs
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install git
  • 2.1 Create an account on github.com website
  • 2.2 In terminal type:
    Code:
    git config --global user.name "Your Name Here"
    git config --global user.email "[email protected]"

    NOTE: use the e-mail used in the website account creation
    2.3 Create your unique SSH public key
    Code:
    ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "[email protected]"
    # Creates a new ssh key using the provided email
    # Generating public/private rsa key pair.
    # Enter file in which to save the key (/c/Users/you/.ssh/id_rsa): [Press enter]
    Now you need to enter a passphrase.
    Code:
    # Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase): [Type a passphrase]
    # Enter same passphrase again: [Type passphrase again]

    Which should give you something like this:
    Code:
    # Your identification has been saved in /c/Users/you/.ssh/id_rsa.
    # Your public key has been saved in /c/Users/you/.ssh/id_rsa.pub.
    # The key fingerprint is:
    # 01:0f:f4:3b:ca:85:d6:17:a1:7d:f0:68:9d:f0:a2:db [email protected]

    Now go to ~/.ssh folder and copy your id_rsa.pub content into account administration on github.com
    7326e529.png


    ... and check if everything works

    Code:
    Code:
    The authenticity of host 'github.com (207.97.227.239)' can't be established.
    # RSA key fingerprint is 16:27:ac:a5:76:28:2d:36:63:1b:56:4d:eb:df:a6:48.
    # Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?

    Duh?! Sure I want! Yes! Yes! Yessss!

    Code:
    # Hi username! You've successfully authenticated, but GitHub does not
    # provide shell access.

And we are ready to do some serious things! :highfive:

3. Forking a repo

As an example I'll use https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_packages_apps_Settings
Open this link in the browser and click fork.

3a2b3915.png


  • 3.1 Clone the source from your fork.
    I use my account as an example.

    Code:
    git clone git://github.com/eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git -b gingerbread

    -b gingerbread let us to choose what branch are we going to download

    d8305e5d.png

  • 3.2 Do some changes!

    For example add files, remove them etc.
  • 3.3 Commit the changes

    OPTIONAL I created new branch at my project and named it "xda"
    To do this go to the cloned folder and type:
    Code:
    git branch xda
    git checkout xda

    Now it's time to see what's going on:
    Magic command
    Code:
    git status

    987e44ce.png


    As you can see I removed few files and added one.

    Now it's time to tell the git what we want to do.

    4. Pushing the changes

    Add all modified files:
    Code:
    git add .

    Add all removed files
    Code:
    git add -u

    You can also add/rm one file
    Code:
    git add name_of_file
    git rm name_of_file

    After git status we should get something like this:

    cda04609.png


    Now it's time to commit:

    Code:
    git commit -m 'my first commit'

    And finally to push:

    Code:
    git push

    If you'll get some errors use the following:

    Code:
    git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git xda
    I used the name of my github and the name of the branch in the end.

    f4c5b1cf.png


    Woo hoo! Now let's check the website.

    a123383f.png

That's the most basic basics :p
In the next posts I will show you some more advanced commands like merge, cherry-pick, removing branches etc.
:)

Credits:
Google :D
Github Team
All my friends from GingerDX IRC channel

If you find it useful hit thanks button. You can also consider a small donation ;)
 
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eagleeyetom

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5. Removing branch.
This one took me a lot of googleing and many bad words has been said :p

I'll make a test branch 'deleteme'

Code:
git branch deleteme
git checkout deleteme
git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git deleteme

And I have new remote branch now.
But I want to delete it.
Here's the answer.
First:
Check the branches:
Code:
git branch -a
And I'll get:
Code:
  remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/gingerbread
  remotes/origin/deleteme
  remotes/origin/donut
  remotes/origin/eclair
  remotes/origin/froyo
  remotes/origin/froyo-stable
  remotes/origin/gb-release-7.2
  remotes/origin/gingerbread
  remotes/origin/gingerbread-release
  remotes/origin/ics
  remotes/origin/icsify
  remotes/origin/wip
  remotes/origin/xda

I want to delete this branch.
Type:
Code:
git branch -rd origin/deleteme
# Deleted remote branch origin/deleteme (was 808ffbb).
Code:
git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git :refs/heads/deleteme

And the remote branch is gone! Yeah!

6. Merging the commits
Imagine the situation that you want to add a commits created by someone else. Let's use our great Recognized Developer nobodyAtall

We need to add the source:
Code:
git remote add upstream https://github.com/MiniCM/android_packages_apps_Settings.git

Download the branch:
Code:
git fetch upstream
Code:
* [new branch]      cm-9.0.0   -> upstream/cm-9.0.0
 * [new branch]      donut      -> upstream/donut
 * [new branch]      eclair     -> upstream/eclair
 * [new branch]      froyo      -> upstream/froyo
 * [new branch]      froyo-stable -> upstream/froyo-stable
 * [new branch]      gb-release-7.2 -> upstream/gb-release-7.2
 * [new branch]      gingerbread -> upstream/gingerbread
 * [new branch]      gingerbread-release -> upstream/gingerbread-release
 * [new branch]      ics        -> upstream/ics
 * [new branch]      jellybean  -> upstream/jellybean
 * [new branch]      master     -> upstream/master
 * [new branch]      wip        -> upstream/wip


You'll get a message to resolve the conflicts. In short and most n00b friendly way is to open pointed files and delete the:
<<<<<<<<
=======
>>>>>>>>
symbols.

Don't forget to test make before pushing!

Now standard procedure:
Code:
git add .
git commit -m 'test merge'
git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git xda

7. Cherry-pick the single commit
Now it's time to add specific commit to our build. I'm going to use this one.
Code:
git remote add upstream https://github.com/MiniCM/android_packages_apps_Settings.git
git fetch upstream
git cherry-pick c95854e8c91ec279bd3719c637f531491855278a

And we're good :highfive:
Now commit should be added. All you need now is to push - no need to commit :)

8. Changing the branch
While using git you may noticed that sometimes after fresh sync there is no branch selected. Imagine the situation when you are on a branch A and want to check to branch B, because it uses a different method (like framework patch etc.)
The solution is pretty simple.
Code:
git checkout -t remote_name/remote_branch
It allows you to change the branch to remote one without cloning the whole repo again.
 
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eagleeyetom

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Pull request

If you feel that you have fixed a problem and want to help the developer to make his own ROM/kernel etc. you should consider to make a pull request. Pull request adds the changes you have made to the others repo.

First of all.
Fork and clone destined repo.
Check the previous post about forking and cloning.
Now make some changes and upload it to your own remote git.

Then, go to your forked repo using browser and click on Pull request.

ca9c75ac.png


Then choose the account and branch to pull-request.

e72882aa.png


Click and wait for your request to be merged :)

Merging a pull request.
Sometimes someone wants to add something to your code.
You'll be notified by e-mail and also see the notification on your github website.

Go there and click Open

be8d06e7.png


When the changes can't be merged you'll see such message:

f927eafa.png


But when it's green, you are ready to merge it :)

4c803a33.png


Don't forget to review the code. In other way you'll be forced to delete the commit.

You can also use text method:

Code:
git checkout master
[COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]# Check out your master branch[/COLOR]
git remote add TeamFun git://github.com/TeamFun/android_packages_apps_Settings.git
[COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Add a new remote named 'TeamFun'[/COLOR]
git fetch TeamFun
[COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Pull in all the commits from the 'cameronmcefee' remote[/COLOR]
git merge TeamFun/gingerbread
[COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Merge your master branch into the 'gingerbread' branch from the 'TeamFun' remote[/COLOR]
git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git master
[COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Push your newly-merged branch back to GitHub[/COLOR]

or

Code:
git checkout master
[COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]# Check out your master branch[/COLOR]
$ curl http://github.com/octocat/Spoon-Knife/pull/25.patch | git am
[COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Grab the patch generated by a pull request and feed it into a new commit[/COLOR]
$ git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git master
[COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Push your newly-updated commit back to GitHub[/COLOR]

TIPS AND TRICKS

REVERT CHANGES

To discard all unstaged changes e.g. failed merge etc. type:
Code:
git checkout .
# to delete all changes

git checkout path/to/file

# to discard changes for a specific file

You can also use:
Code:
rm -rf ./ 

[COLOR="Cyan"]# deletes all of the files in the directory[/COLOR]

git reset --hard

[COLOR="cyan"]#This is going to restore the git to the previous state[/COLOR]

HOW TO REMOVE COMMITTED CHANGES?

To remove committed changes you have to revert the commit. But how to do that? It's your answer

Code:
git reset HEAD --hard
HEAD is the previous commit. To revert to previous state use HEAD~1, HEAD~2 etc. you can also use the code taken from git log.

GIT PATCH AND GIT APPLY

Now I want to make a patch file to e.g. send an e-mail with my commited changes.

First I need to find a changes made by a commit. To do this I need to know commit ID.
Code:
git log --oneline #This would show the commit ID's

Now pick the commit for example 22a95d1 and use git show to make a patch

Code:
git show 22a95d1 > patchname.patch

And I got patch, but how to apply it?
The answer is easy. Use git apply.

Code:
git apply patchname.patch
# --check checks if the patch can be applied

FORCE PUSH
Sometimes github doesn't want to cooperate - just like some people :D
You can force it by adding --force or -f
Code:
git push -f [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git master
n00b method to add changes after failed push.
Clone the repo and delete everything but .git directory. Then copy modified content, commit and push :p
 
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Wow... this is also exactly what I would want! Thanks EET!

SEARCH. ASK. TEST... not the other way round! - lucastan96

Sent With My Brains To Yours
 

AndroXperia

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Wow... this is what i exactly learning too ! Thanks mate...

my current stage
repo branching and remote branching
im using merging conflict Kdiff3(downloaded from website)

  1. Add the KDiff3 directory to your Windows System Path (e.g. C:\Program Files\KDiff3\)
  2. Add kdiff3 as your Git mergetool (From Git Bash, run git config --global merge.tool kdiff3)
  3. Add kdiff3 complete path to Git Config
    (From Git Bash, run git config --global mergetool.kdiff3.path "C:/Program Files/KDiff3/kdiff3.exe")
  4. Go into Git GUI settings and set the mergetool to kdiff3 (if Git GUI doesn't pick up this setting from git config, which it should)

git config --global diff.tool KDiff3

git config --global difftool.KDiff3.path "C:/Program Files/KDiff3/kdiff3.exe"

git config --global merge.tool KDiff3

git config --global mergetool.KDiff3.path "C:/Program Files/KDiff3/kdiff3.exe"


then type,

git mergetool

it will auto bring to your Kdiff3
 
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AndroXperia

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Hi EET,

Auto Fix conflicts,(merging commit)

Just want to clarified do we need delete

<<<<< HEAD

||||||| merged common ancestors

>>>>> 8ffc0cf20afc8efef75564965bfd497c597df465

along with those symbols :confused:
 

el_bhm

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Some additional info.

1. I suggest switching to https://github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh shell.
Not only it has plugin for git but also has built in themes. Finally, auto-completion is BOSS in zsh.
Type
Code:
/u/i/c++
hit Tab and you have a full path.
Code:
/usr/include/c++

2. Just type
Code:
alias

It'll spit present aliases, some of them for git.
 
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J.Rawand

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Thank you Man

Thank you bro for the tutorial, I guess that I may need this in near future.

Thanks Again !
 

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    Hi.
    Today I would like to show you how to use github. I'm not an expert (I'm rather n00b TBH :p) but I learned some things and might help you with simple git commands.

    1. Github? What's that?

    In short it's the web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git revision control system. In English - the place where you store your sources.

    c826ad7b.png


    2. Creating an account.

    • 2.0 Download the required libs
      Code:
      sudo apt-get install git
    • 2.1 Create an account on github.com website
    • 2.2 In terminal type:
      Code:
      git config --global user.name "Your Name Here"
      git config --global user.email "[email protected]"

      NOTE: use the e-mail used in the website account creation
      2.3 Create your unique SSH public key
      Code:
      ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "[email protected]"
      # Creates a new ssh key using the provided email
      # Generating public/private rsa key pair.
      # Enter file in which to save the key (/c/Users/you/.ssh/id_rsa): [Press enter]
      Now you need to enter a passphrase.
      Code:
      # Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase): [Type a passphrase]
      # Enter same passphrase again: [Type passphrase again]

      Which should give you something like this:
      Code:
      # Your identification has been saved in /c/Users/you/.ssh/id_rsa.
      # Your public key has been saved in /c/Users/you/.ssh/id_rsa.pub.
      # The key fingerprint is:
      # 01:0f:f4:3b:ca:85:d6:17:a1:7d:f0:68:9d:f0:a2:db [email protected]

      Now go to ~/.ssh folder and copy your id_rsa.pub content into account administration on github.com
      7326e529.png


      ... and check if everything works

      Code:
      Code:
      The authenticity of host 'github.com (207.97.227.239)' can't be established.
      # RSA key fingerprint is 16:27:ac:a5:76:28:2d:36:63:1b:56:4d:eb:df:a6:48.
      # Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?

      Duh?! Sure I want! Yes! Yes! Yessss!

      Code:
      # Hi username! You've successfully authenticated, but GitHub does not
      # provide shell access.

    And we are ready to do some serious things! :highfive:

    3. Forking a repo

    As an example I'll use https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_packages_apps_Settings
    Open this link in the browser and click fork.

    3a2b3915.png


    • 3.1 Clone the source from your fork.
      I use my account as an example.

      Code:
      git clone git://github.com/eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git -b gingerbread

      -b gingerbread let us to choose what branch are we going to download

      d8305e5d.png

    • 3.2 Do some changes!

      For example add files, remove them etc.
    • 3.3 Commit the changes

      OPTIONAL I created new branch at my project and named it "xda"
      To do this go to the cloned folder and type:
      Code:
      git branch xda
      git checkout xda

      Now it's time to see what's going on:
      Magic command
      Code:
      git status

      987e44ce.png


      As you can see I removed few files and added one.

      Now it's time to tell the git what we want to do.

      4. Pushing the changes

      Add all modified files:
      Code:
      git add .

      Add all removed files
      Code:
      git add -u

      You can also add/rm one file
      Code:
      git add name_of_file
      git rm name_of_file

      After git status we should get something like this:

      cda04609.png


      Now it's time to commit:

      Code:
      git commit -m 'my first commit'

      And finally to push:

      Code:
      git push

      If you'll get some errors use the following:

      Code:
      git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git xda
      I used the name of my github and the name of the branch in the end.

      f4c5b1cf.png


      Woo hoo! Now let's check the website.

      a123383f.png

    That's the most basic basics :p
    In the next posts I will show you some more advanced commands like merge, cherry-pick, removing branches etc.
    :)

    Credits:
    Google :D
    Github Team
    All my friends from GingerDX IRC channel

    If you find it useful hit thanks button. You can also consider a small donation ;)
    158
    5. Removing branch.
    This one took me a lot of googleing and many bad words has been said :p

    I'll make a test branch 'deleteme'

    Code:
    git branch deleteme
    git checkout deleteme
    git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git deleteme

    And I have new remote branch now.
    But I want to delete it.
    Here's the answer.
    First:
    Check the branches:
    Code:
    git branch -a
    And I'll get:
    Code:
      remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/gingerbread
      remotes/origin/deleteme
      remotes/origin/donut
      remotes/origin/eclair
      remotes/origin/froyo
      remotes/origin/froyo-stable
      remotes/origin/gb-release-7.2
      remotes/origin/gingerbread
      remotes/origin/gingerbread-release
      remotes/origin/ics
      remotes/origin/icsify
      remotes/origin/wip
      remotes/origin/xda

    I want to delete this branch.
    Type:
    Code:
    git branch -rd origin/deleteme
    # Deleted remote branch origin/deleteme (was 808ffbb).
    Code:
    git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git :refs/heads/deleteme

    And the remote branch is gone! Yeah!

    6. Merging the commits
    Imagine the situation that you want to add a commits created by someone else. Let's use our great Recognized Developer nobodyAtall

    We need to add the source:
    Code:
    git remote add upstream https://github.com/MiniCM/android_packages_apps_Settings.git

    Download the branch:
    Code:
    git fetch upstream
    Code:
    * [new branch]      cm-9.0.0   -> upstream/cm-9.0.0
     * [new branch]      donut      -> upstream/donut
     * [new branch]      eclair     -> upstream/eclair
     * [new branch]      froyo      -> upstream/froyo
     * [new branch]      froyo-stable -> upstream/froyo-stable
     * [new branch]      gb-release-7.2 -> upstream/gb-release-7.2
     * [new branch]      gingerbread -> upstream/gingerbread
     * [new branch]      gingerbread-release -> upstream/gingerbread-release
     * [new branch]      ics        -> upstream/ics
     * [new branch]      jellybean  -> upstream/jellybean
     * [new branch]      master     -> upstream/master
     * [new branch]      wip        -> upstream/wip


    You'll get a message to resolve the conflicts. In short and most n00b friendly way is to open pointed files and delete the:
    <<<<<<<<
    =======
    >>>>>>>>
    symbols.

    Don't forget to test make before pushing!

    Now standard procedure:
    Code:
    git add .
    git commit -m 'test merge'
    git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git xda

    7. Cherry-pick the single commit
    Now it's time to add specific commit to our build. I'm going to use this one.
    Code:
    git remote add upstream https://github.com/MiniCM/android_packages_apps_Settings.git
    git fetch upstream
    git cherry-pick c95854e8c91ec279bd3719c637f531491855278a

    And we're good :highfive:
    Now commit should be added. All you need now is to push - no need to commit :)

    8. Changing the branch
    While using git you may noticed that sometimes after fresh sync there is no branch selected. Imagine the situation when you are on a branch A and want to check to branch B, because it uses a different method (like framework patch etc.)
    The solution is pretty simple.
    Code:
    git checkout -t remote_name/remote_branch
    It allows you to change the branch to remote one without cloning the whole repo again.
    124
    Pull request

    If you feel that you have fixed a problem and want to help the developer to make his own ROM/kernel etc. you should consider to make a pull request. Pull request adds the changes you have made to the others repo.

    First of all.
    Fork and clone destined repo.
    Check the previous post about forking and cloning.
    Now make some changes and upload it to your own remote git.

    Then, go to your forked repo using browser and click on Pull request.

    ca9c75ac.png


    Then choose the account and branch to pull-request.

    e72882aa.png


    Click and wait for your request to be merged :)

    Merging a pull request.
    Sometimes someone wants to add something to your code.
    You'll be notified by e-mail and also see the notification on your github website.

    Go there and click Open

    be8d06e7.png


    When the changes can't be merged you'll see such message:

    f927eafa.png


    But when it's green, you are ready to merge it :)

    4c803a33.png


    Don't forget to review the code. In other way you'll be forced to delete the commit.

    You can also use text method:

    Code:
    git checkout master
    [COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]# Check out your master branch[/COLOR]
    git remote add TeamFun git://github.com/TeamFun/android_packages_apps_Settings.git
    [COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Add a new remote named 'TeamFun'[/COLOR]
    git fetch TeamFun
    [COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Pull in all the commits from the 'cameronmcefee' remote[/COLOR]
    git merge TeamFun/gingerbread
    [COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Merge your master branch into the 'gingerbread' branch from the 'TeamFun' remote[/COLOR]
    git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git master
    [COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Push your newly-merged branch back to GitHub[/COLOR]

    or

    Code:
    git checkout master
    [COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]# Check out your master branch[/COLOR]
    $ curl http://github.com/octocat/Spoon-Knife/pull/25.patch | git am
    [COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Grab the patch generated by a pull request and feed it into a new commit[/COLOR]
    $ git push [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git master
    [COLOR="deepskyblue"]# Push your newly-updated commit back to GitHub[/COLOR]

    TIPS AND TRICKS

    REVERT CHANGES

    To discard all unstaged changes e.g. failed merge etc. type:
    Code:
    git checkout .
    # to delete all changes
    
    git checkout path/to/file
    
    # to discard changes for a specific file

    You can also use:
    Code:
    rm -rf ./ 
    
    [COLOR="Cyan"]# deletes all of the files in the directory[/COLOR]
    
    git reset --hard
    
    [COLOR="cyan"]#This is going to restore the git to the previous state[/COLOR]

    HOW TO REMOVE COMMITTED CHANGES?

    To remove committed changes you have to revert the commit. But how to do that? It's your answer

    Code:
    git reset HEAD --hard
    HEAD is the previous commit. To revert to previous state use HEAD~1, HEAD~2 etc. you can also use the code taken from git log.

    GIT PATCH AND GIT APPLY

    Now I want to make a patch file to e.g. send an e-mail with my commited changes.

    First I need to find a changes made by a commit. To do this I need to know commit ID.
    Code:
    git log --oneline #This would show the commit ID's

    Now pick the commit for example 22a95d1 and use git show to make a patch

    Code:
    git show 22a95d1 > patchname.patch

    And I got patch, but how to apply it?
    The answer is easy. Use git apply.

    Code:
    git apply patchname.patch
    # --check checks if the patch can be applied

    FORCE PUSH
    Sometimes github doesn't want to cooperate - just like some people :D
    You can force it by adding --force or -f
    Code:
    git push -f [email protected]:eagleeyetom/android_packages_apps_Settings.git master
    n00b method to add changes after failed push.
    Clone the repo and delete everything but .git directory. Then copy modified content, commit and push :p
    3
    Stickied this...

    good learning guide to show people how to use github when starting out for sure. :)
    3
    First of all, I'm new to this :D
    I setup everything according to the tutorial.
    Now I'm upstreaming sony 2011 stock kernel 2.6.32.9 on local repo and I want to sync changes to github repo.
    Acording to "git status" command I've modified and deleted files.
    should I use this command " git add . " then " git add -u"
    or just "git add ." ??
    Excuse me for being noob , Just want to make sure that I do the right thing.
    Thanks in advance.

    You should execute both commands. And no need to apologize, mate :) We're here to learn :)
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