♣ Due Date: Wednesday Sep 12, 2019 2:00 PM. This homework aims at giving you some experience on how to create Git branches, develop your project on multiple branches, merge them, resolve potential conflicts between different branches upon merging, and finally how to delete them. It also gives you some experience with using other commonly-used Git commands.
First, use the following Markdown language references, or any other reference that you find or prefer, to design a Github-interpretable README file for each of folders in your project for this course, and a Github web-page for your project.
- Markdown language cheat-sheet (pdf)
- Markdown language reference (web)
- Adam Pritchard’s Markdown cheat-sheet (web)
Write your code sections of your answer in Markdown syntax.
$ git branch -d test
error: Cannot delete branch 'test' checked out at 'C:/Users/Amir/git/foo'
will display the following text highlighted as bash code, in your readme.md file (albeit, with different style and color).
$ git branch -d test error: Cannot delete branch 'test' checked out at 'C:/Users/Amir/git/foo'