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Add 'git branch -v' and 'git remote rename' explanations
Matthew McCullough 10 years ago
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@ -322,6 +322,21 @@ HelloWorld.hello
switch to it so your class renaming changes are isolated. We're going to
change each instance of 'HelloWorld' to 'HiWorld'.</p>
git branch -v
<small>see the last commit on each branch</small>
<p>If we want to see last commits on each branch
we can run <code>git branch -v</code> to see them.</p>
<b>$ git branch -v</b>
* <span class="green">master</span> 54b417d fix javascript issue
development 74c111d modify component.json file
testing 62a557a update test scripts
<b>$ git checkout -b change_class</b>
Switched to a new branch 'change_class'

@ -144,13 +144,33 @@ origin git:// (push)
<b>$ git remote -v</b>
github (fetch)
github (push)
git remote rename [old-alias] [new-alias]
<small>rename remote aliases</small>
<p>If you want to rename remote aliases without having to delete them and add them again
you can do that by running <code>git remote rename [old-alias] [new-alias]</code>. This will
allow you to modify the current name of the remote.</p>
<b>$ git remote add github</b>
<b>$ git remote -v</b>
github (fetch)
github (push)
<b>$ git remote rename github origin</b>
<b>$ git remote -v</b>
origin (fetch)
origin (push)
<p class="nutshell">
<b>In a nutshell</b> with <code>git remote</code> you can list our
remote repositories and whatever URL
that repository is using. You can use <code>git remote add</code> to
add new remotes and <code>git remote rm</code> to delete existing ones.
add new remotes, <code>git remote rm</code> to delete existing ones or <code>git remote rename [old-alias] [new-alias]</code> to rename them.