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Basic GitHub usage scenario

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi,
I'm new to Git and GitHub culture, maybe it is a stupid question but ...
Lets say I cloned a project (githuber/his-project) on GitHub, now I have my own copy of code (me/his-project).
How to import the new and modified code of githuber/his-project into me/his-project ?
Thanks for your help and time.
Jaikiran Pai
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Are you looking for an IDE based explanation or cloning/forking and working off git repositories?

By the way, this (free) book http://progit.org/book/ is really a good reference for getting up-to-speed with Git.

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Hussein Baghdadi
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Yes, I'm looking for cloning/forking and working off git repositories. I'm using the official GitHub Mac client.
Thanks for the reference, I will dig into it.
 
 
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