GIT HEAD is Untracked in GIT STATUS command

I ran across a really funny issue the other day.  I was working with GIT commands and trying to get my branch cleaned up and in sync.  In the process of cleaning my GIT repo I came across a HEAD command when running the GIT STATUS command.  In essence the response was showing the HEAD […]

git add -p How to use patches instead of full commits

Recently I can across an excellent tidbit of advice that I have started to incorporate into my workflow.  All of us as programmers are very familiar with the “git add” command.  It is simple, straightforward and a frequent step in our workflow. Too often I hear the question “why isn’t the git add and git commit a […]

How to delete locally removed files within GIT

When you remove files from your local GIT repo, how do you commit that change back into the master line?  After doing a “git status” you may see something like this: # Changes not staged for commit: # (use “git add/rm <file>…” to update what will be committed) # (use “git checkout — <file>…” to […]