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Hey gang, in this git tutorial I’ll show you how to create a new repository which Git can track changes in. We create a new Git repo by typing the Git init command.

—– COURSE LINKS:
+ Atom editor – https://atom.io/a
+ CMDER – http://cmder.net/
+ GIT – https://git-scm.com/

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13 COMMENTS

  1. How can you, in Cmder, change de path of the Disk? from C: to D:, for example? I want to create a repo in a project that is on D drive.

  2. I'm using Sublime Text and when I git init I do not see a empty git repo in the my text editor even though the command line said git is initialized

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