I am using git as source control for a long time ago, and I am happy with what it offers. I presume that the basic git commands are clear for everyone. So in this post I will write about some more advanced git commands which aren't used so frequently but they are invaluable when they are needed.
-Nice Git log which contains a lot of usefull info: git log --graph --all --decorate=full --abbrev-commit --pretty=short -Delete the branch 'staging' on remote 'staging': git push staging :staging -push the branch "newfeature" to the remote "origin": git push origin newfeature -create a remote branch: git push :refs/heads/new_feature_name -list remote branches: git branch -r -diff between two branches: git diff <branchone>..<another branch> -create a branch wich tracks a remote branch: git checkout --track -b <new_feature_name> <origin>/<new_feature_name> -track a remote branch: git branch --set-upstream <local_branch> <remote>/<remote_branch> -push to a remote: git push <remote> <local branch name>:<remote branch to push into> -configuring to push automatically to a certain remote branch, without specifying the local branch and the remote branch: git config remote.<remoteName>.push <localBranchName>:<remoteBranchName>
Enjoy and easy your life :)