Once Git is installed on your system, you are able to access it using the command line by typing
Suppose you have a clean folder. You can initialize a Git repository by typing
What does this command do? It creates a
.git folder in the folder where you ran it. If you don’t see it, it’s because it’s a hidden folder, so it might not be shown everywhere, unless you set your tools to show hidden folders.
Lessons this unit:
|2:||▶︎ Initialize a repository|
|5:||Push and pull|
|6:||Working with a remote|