An introduction to Git for Perl developers is a course that allows Perl developers to efficiently learn the source code control tool Git. Git is a command line tool that is widely used in practice to manage the source code, HTML, and CSS of Web application programs on a Linux server.
# Commit source code (add to file management information) git commit -m "Fix web api bug" #Transfer source code control information to a remote server git push origin main # Incorporate corrections made by other members of the team git merge tanaka_web_api_fix
Introduction to Git
This is an introduction to Git. Learn the techniques for managing source code with Git.
Introducing the Git command.
Cooperation with Github
I will explain how to link Git and Github.
Git related information
Git related information. Git is highly relevant to Linux, C, and Perl. You can manage websites created with HTML and CSS with Git with Git. We also have a forum where you can ask questions about Git.
Git was originally created by Linux creator Linus to manage Linux source code. Click here if you want to get started with Linux.
Git is written primarily in C. Click here if you want to learn C language.
Git is partly written in Perl. Click here to learn Perl.
Giblog is a useful tool for managing your website with Git. This site is actually created by Giblog and managed by Git.
I want to ask a question about Git
The Perl Club has a members-only Perl Club Forum where you can feel free to ask questions about Git. You can also use Twitter's reply / direct message and Youtube's comment section.