How to get the current status of a local repository in Git?

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How to get the current status of a local repository in Git?
Nov 26 in DevOps Tools by anonymous
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Using 'git status' command in the repository working directory, when this command is used it will display-

  • The current branch name

  • If it is an initial commit or not

  • List of the unstage/untracked files(which are newly added or modified but not added to staging/index) List of the files pending to commit(these files are previously added to stating/index)

If there is no file/folder to add or commit then it will just display name of the branch and message "nothing to commit, working directory clean"

answered Nov 26 by Sirajul
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