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Open Terminal app in MacOSX

cd MyProject
change directory to project folder

git init
initialize project

git status
check status of the git repo for working directory

git add .
git add file.txt

add all files or a specific file to staging area

git commit -m "This is a message"
commit staged files to repository (preferred method)
git commit -am "Update Comments"
skip staging area but is dangerous, adds all files to staging areas including ones you have opened but haven’t saved

git remote add Tulum https://.../repo.git
setup remote nickname for github project
git push -u Tulum master
remote is referenced here
git fetch -u https://.../repo.git master
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git clone ...
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git pull ...
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git log
git log --author="Andrew"

git diff
git diff --staged

git rm file.txt
remove specified file
git mv file.txt newfile.txt
rename or copy contents of file.txt and paste it in newfile.txt

git checkout --index.html
git reset HEAD

git reset --soft 0ad5a7a6

Source: New Boston Git Tutorial

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