Git - Pull


git pull incorporates commit (changes) from:

when you run a pull, git figures out what has changed on the server since the last pull and downloads any new commit metadata and file contents.

In its default mode, git pull is a shorthand for:

ie if you’re on a tracking branch and type git pull, Git automatically knows:


git pull remoteName branchName
git pull remoteName
git pull

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