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Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

I Lost My Project...

I lost my project that I was working on while following along with Tommy Morgan's video Getting Started With Git - Looking Back on What We've Done - Could someone please help me figure out how to find it, again - Thank you...

3 Answers

Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

Never-mind, I think I just figured everything out... P :)

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Git keeps its files in a directory. The first step is to find the directory. The next step is to check out the git history and see what happened.

Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

Well, I did close the console, because it was acting up on me - I'll try and follow-up with your suggestion, right now...

Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

Alright, so I found the directory, and the file's there, but I can't figure out/remember how to access it...