Getting Started with Git

Aug 14 2023 · git 2.28, console

Part 1: Getting Started with Git

05. Merge Changes

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In the last video, you saw how to push your changes to your branch. If you open up your repository, you can see that because you are on the “Carnitas Tacos Recipe” branch, you have the Carnitas Tacos recipe. Switch to the main branch. This branch does not have the commit you created on the “Carnitas Tacos Recipe” branch. Open up the repo. You can see here that, just like what’s shown in the GitHub app, you don’t have the “carnitas-tacos.txt” file for the Carnitas Tacos recipe.