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Git Commands

Syncing a fork

Sync a fork of a repository to keep it up-to-date with the upstream repository

Firstly, you have to use git remote -v for managing set of tracked repositories. You have to add a new remote git remote add upstream Retype git remote -v to check the new upstream repository. Then, you have to use commands:

git fetch upstream

git checkout master

git rebase upstream/master

git push -f origin master

Cleaning up commit history

git checkout --orphan latest_branch

git add -A

git commit -am "Initial commit"

git branch -D master

git branch -m master

git push -f origin master


git submodule add <repo_link>