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- Setting your username in Git
- Caching your GitHub credentials in Git
- Why is Git always asking for my password?
- Updating credentials from the macOS Keychain
- Git workflows
- About remote repositories
- Managing remote repositories
- Associating text editors with Git
- Configuring Git to handle line endings
- Ignoring files
- Pushing commits to a remote repository
- Getting changes from a remote repository
- Dealing with non-fast-forward errors
- Splitting a subfolder out into a new repository
- About Git subtree merges
- About Git rebase
- Using Git rebase on the command line
- Resolving merge conflicts after a Git rebase
- Dealing with special characters in branch and tag names