Just a couple quick questions about getting into the Git assessment and during. These are probably dumb, so forgive me I just want to make sure that everything is done right. I am on MacOS for reference.
So, to start I go ahead and download the .zip file and unzip it. Opening terminal, I use the command “~/Downloads/git-repo-management” as the instructions lay out. Issue being, it then says that accessing it has been denied. I have gotten around this by using the cd command for the terminal; once for downloads, then again for repo. From there, I do code . and code studio opens like normal with the code and then I can git init from there and get to work. This does not seem right though, and I cannot figure out exactly why “~/Downloads…” is not initializing. Any thoughts? (I would post screenshots, but I am currently on my tablet away from my Mac, so I don’t have access. Will post later)
Second comes to the “Move the pictures” section for the assessment. What I am doing is simply dragging and dropping the .jpg’s into the new folders. This, naturally, in git status, says there are changes to the file and to rename the .jpg’s using git rm images/drawings… and I feel there is a better way to do this. Or does that bit even matter?
Finally, coming to the git log, does anyone know if the assessment looks at great detail at the amount of git commits/add/rms/checkouts, or does it only really care about the branches themselves?
Sorry for all the possibly dumb questions, I am still just a bit new to terminal (and MacOS for that matter). But I would rather ask dumb questions and be sure than assume and be wrong.
Thank you thank you!