Who am I?¶
After mediocre success with your app Who are you?, you decide to build a more introspective version - Who am I?
Run the following commands to set up a git repo with some modifications for your app.
cd path/to/parent/dir/ mkdir who-am-i cd who-am-i git init echo "# Who are you?" > README.md echo "The app that recalls someone's name when your brain cannot" >> README.md git add README.md git commit -m "added README" echo "python-3.10.7" > runtime.txt git add runtime.txt git commit -m "added runtime.txt" echo "python-3.10.8" > runtime.txt git add runtime.txt git commit -m "upgraded python to 3.10.8"
path/to/parent/dir/ who-am-i/ README.md runtime.txt
bill@gates:who-are-you$ git status On branch main nothing to commit, working tree clean
In this example, you
- changed and re-committed
Thus you've made three total commits, as shown by
bill@gates:who-are-you$ git log --oneline 8e13883 (HEAD -> main) upgraded python to 3.10.8 4d482ad added runtime.txt 7e37646 added README
At this point, you realize your code is broken probably due to updating your Python version in the latest commit..
runtime.txt back to the way it was before your latest change. (Use git commands - don't just edit the