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EG(1)								   User Commands							     EG(1)

eg - git for mere mortals DESCRIPTION
(Run 'eg help --all' for a more detailed list.) Creating repositories eg clone Clone a repository into a new directory eg init Create a new repository Obtaining information about changes, history, & state eg diff Show changes to file contents eg log Show history of recorded changes eg status Summarize current changes Making, undoing, or recording changes eg commit Record changes locally eg mv Move or rename files (or directories or symlinks) eg stage Mark content in files as being ready for commit Managing branches eg branch List, create, or delete branches eg merge Join two or more development histories (branches) together eg switch Switch the working copy to another branch Collaboration eg pull Get updates from another repository and merge them eg push Push local commits to a published repository Time saving commands eg bisect Find the change that introduced a bug by binary search eg stash Save and revert local changes, or apply stashed changes Additional help: eg help COMMAND Get more help on COMMAND. eg help --all List more commands (not really all) eg help topic List specialized help topics. git version eg version .99 July 2009 EG(1)

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JGIT(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   JGIT(1)

jgit - Pure Java GIT version control system implementation SYNOPSIS
jgit --git-dir GIT_DIR --help (-h) --show-stack-trace command [ARG ...] DESCRIPTION
JGit is an implementaion of GIT VCS written in Java language. Git is a fast, scalable, distributed revision control system with an unusually rich command set that provides both high-level operations and full access to internals. OPTIONS
--git-dir GIT_DIR Set the git repository to operate on --help (-h) Display help text --show-stack-trace display the Java stack trace on exceptions The most commonly used commands are: add Add file contents to the index branch List, create, or delete branches checkout Checkout a branch to the working tree clone Clone a repository into a new directory commit Record changes to the repository daemon Export repositories over git:// diff Show diffs fetch Update remote refs from another repository init Create an empty git repository log View commit history merge Merges two development histories push Update remote repository from local refs rm Stop tracking a file tag Create a tag version Display the version of jgit AUTHOR
JGit was written by Eclipse JGIT Project contributors, This manual page was written by Jakub Adam <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). November 11, 2011 JGIT(1)
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