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Git relies on the basis of distributed development of software where more than one developer may have access to the source code of a specific application and can modify changes to it which may be seen by other developers. In this article, we will be looking at how to upload a project through GitHub Desktop on GitHub.
GitHub Desktop aims to provide an intuitive way for users to complete everyday Git and GitHub workflows. One of our most requested features from the past year is cherry-picking, and we’re excited to release it in GitHub Desktop 2.7.
Cherry-picking is a handy feature for when you would like to copy commits from one branch to another. What more intuitive way to copy a commit than by simply picking it up, dragging it to your branch, and dropping it there!
For example, you start working on a new feature, and several commits into development you identify an existing bug in the underlying architecture. You create a couple of commits to fix that bug. Then, you decide that the fix needs to go into production and can’t wait until this feature is finished. No problem! Just create a release branch and use GitHub Desktop to cherry-pick those commits to your new branch for the hotfix.
- Oct 02, 2019 Getting started with Git and GitHub is easier than ever with GitHub Desktop 2.2 Get set up. To get set up, we help you through two major pieces: creating a repository and connecting an editor. Learn the GitHub flow. Next, we guide you through how to use GitHub Desktop to make changes to code locally.
- Need help with github desktop. Posted by just now. Need help with github desktop. I downloaded github desktop few months ago and it has been working fine till few days ago. It has started showing a message and instead of push it has been showing to publish the branch (I don't have any other branch, I don't know how to make it).
Drag and dropping commits
Want to cherry-pick a single commit? Just start dragging it.
What about multiple commits? Shift+click the range you would like to copy, and drag away.
There are several goodies that come with cherry-picking:
- Undo: You cherry-picked a group of commits and immediately realized that you cherry-picked one too many. That’s not a problem. Just click undo in the success banner to remove those commits, and it puts you back on the branch you started from.
- Conflict resolution: Not all cherry-picks are this easy, and conflicts may arise. The same conflict resolution dialog you’re familiar with from merging and rebasing is available for taking care of merge conflicts.
- Context menu: Not a fan of drag and drop? Just right click on a commit or set of commits, and select the cherry-pick option to open a branch dialog to select your target branch.
Commit attribution improvements
How To Set Up A GitLab Server And Host Your Own Git Repositories (TechRepublic)
Cherry-picking isn’t all that is new since version 2.6. Switching between personal and work repos? GitHub Desktop helps you avoid making misattributed commits. Now, your avatar will display a warning icon, and clicking it provides an easy way for you to update your Git config to match an email associated with your GitHub account.
What else would you like to see in GitHub Desktop?
Our users requested cherry-picking and we listened. It is just one of several features and improvements we have released in response to user feedback. As we continue to make our product a user-friendly approach to Git, we find your input invaluable.
Download GitHub Desktop today, and share your feedback with us in our open source repository.
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Github Github Desktop Download
GitHub Desktop was released late last week.
Wait, doesn’t GitHub already have two desktop apps? If the same question crossed your mind when you first read that, then you are not alone. Yes, GitHub did have two desktop apps—one for Mac OS and one for Windows—but decided to unify them into a single app. Instead of GitHub for Mac and GitHub for Windows, we are now left with just GitHub Desktop.
Github Desktop Git Command Line
I was planning to write up a full review of the app but decided that forming an opinion on it after only a few days of use (and not even on a real project) would be unfair. Instead, I decided that we could unbox it together and see what it’s all about. This is a video of my first experience with GitHub Desktop from download to first commit. I wasn’t sure what to expect and now you can watch me fumble around with it for the first time.