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Can I create a repository in my home folder ?

The repository for any given project using version control is typically stored in: A Your home folder B A set of hidden files and folders C A database designed to be worked with directly D A text file with a human-readable log of your changes E You can actually choose between any of the above options

3 Answers

your git files aka the repo you cloned from github or where ever is is going to be in a set of hidden files with in where ever you cloned or created the git init in side which you can see by going in the command line and typing ls -a in short its b

good to see you back answering questions!

So I can Create a repo in my home folder . And use ls -a to show all files. But there is no different between ls and ls -b

thanks decided since iam back might as well start getting back with the comunity

thank you