Git command line is pretty confusing. Here are some aliases that I found helpful that normalize it with other command line commands and add a little bit better context.
$ open ~/.gitconfig
If there isn’t an
[alias] section already, add one:
[alias] cd = checkout ll = branch ls = branch delete-merged = !git branch --merged | egrep -v \"(^\\*|master|development)\" | xargs git branch -d mk = checkout -b new-up = !git push -u origin `git symbolic-ref --short HEAD` stage = add unstage = reset HEAD
To set VS Code as the default editor for commit and merge messages:
[core] editor = code --wait