Put the below code at the end of your ~/.bashrc file:
alias gs='git status' alias ga='git add -A' alias gc='git commit -a -m $1' alias gp='git push origin master' alias gpl='git pull origin master'
After saving the file, restart the command prompt. Type the alias in the command prompt to get the results:
- Git Status:
- Git Add:
- Git commit:
gc "your message"
- Git Push:
- Git Pull:
$1, $2, $3, etc… are command line inputs which are passed to alias.
Same way you can also use this feature in Git Push & Git Pull to treat command line inputs as sources and branches