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Godot and Git (part 3): Traveling through History

Submitted by David Snopek on Wednesday, 2020-07-01 @ 10:23pm

This tutorial is part of the Godot and Git course. See the if you haven't already!

In this part, we discuss how big to make Git commits and learn a little about dealing with commit IDs, as well as how to look at the differences between arbitrary commits, switch to a previous commit and revert changes.

This course covers BOTH the command-line and GUI for using Git.

This part is meant for absolute beginners who have gone through the previous parts, but otherwise don't have any previous experience with Git (or other version control systems).

The Git cheatsheet (with all the Git commands we run):

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