GitSheet

A dead simple Git cheat sheet.

GitSheet is a simple git cheat sheet reference for common git commands saving you time and helping you learn how to use branches, show logs, undo changes, create tags, stashes and more. Commands are a click away from clipboard.
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Rainer Selvet
Maker
CTO @Wolf3D
Hey guys! I made GitSheet, a dead simple git reference as a weekend project to keep track of different git commands and make them easy to copy to clipboard. The list is definitely not exhaustive, I'm open for suggestions for additional commands or changes to the current ones. Hope it provides useful!
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Shafkathullah IhsanWeb developer
@tiivik hey, some basic commands are missing was that deliberate?
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Rainer Selvet
Maker
CTO @Wolf3D
@shafkathullah_ihsan Hey! Yeah that was deliberate. I will be updating the list with additional commands though and include more sections.
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@tiivik thx for the cheat sheet very useful!
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Tkachenko Arthur ~UA~
Building code for Food Tech projects
@tiivik Cooll Cool Cooool! Useful. opensource it and other will fill it with more content
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Farid Movsumov
Software Developer / Maker
Nice project, I am not sure if the following command is correct git push origin :branch_name => Delete a remote branch.??
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Chris Germano
Software Developer and Game Designer
@ferid_movsumov This is correct, the colon essentially pushes null into the remote, deleting it. I'm butchering the technical behind-the-scenes but that's what it does.
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Ellen Choi
Entrepreneur
this is really cool, nice job! we'll def be using it. would be great to see other regularly used commands like cherry pick, etc.
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Avner BravermanMaking code sharing live
Finally!
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This is awesome!
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Jeff SilverFinance guy
This is really good! My engineers would love this! Shared it with the team already! Good job!
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Jason Ephraim
Campus Director DigitalCrafts Houston
Nice job - just added a few important ones I missed or might need to Alfred 3
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Thanks for creating this. Can you open source it? I would love to contribute more commands.
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Thanks! The mobile version would be useful to keep the list always at hand.
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Rainer Selvet
Maker
CTO @Wolf3D
@isoshin Right on! Thanks for the recommendation
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