Rewriting Git History With Confidence: A Guideby@omerosenbaum
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Rewriting Git History With Confidence: A Guide

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Git is a system for recording snapshots of a filesystem in time. A Git repository has three “states” or “trees”: the index, the staging area and the working tree. A working dir(ectrory) is any directory on our file system which has a Git repo associated with it.
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Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Swimm. Cyber training expert and Founder of Checkpoint Security Academy.


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