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While using with GIT bash, there are some commands which should be known to you. In this post, we are going to discuss those commands. git config: It is used to set the name of the author and the email address which you want your commitment to addressing. git init: It is used to start a new git repository. This is generally used at the beginning.What do the git bash commands do?
Git Bash is an application for Microsoft Windows environments which provides an emulation layer for a Git command line experience. Bash is an acronym for Bourne Again Shell. A shell is a terminal application used to interface with an operating system through written commands. Bash is a popular default shell on Linux and macOS.What is the Git config command?
Git config is a powerful Git command that allows you to customize how Git works and optimize it to fit your workflow. As shown below, Git pulls configuration settings from a narrowing list of files. Each configuration level in the graphic below can overwrite the configuration settings in the level above it.What is the Git commit command?
git commit –a: This commit command is used to commit any such file which has been added as a result of the git add command. It is also responsible for committing any other files to which you have brought a change to since then.