git add *
You can undo git add before commit with
git reset <file>
which will remove it from the current index (the "about to be committed" list) without changing anything else.
You can use
git branch rikSkinLoader
git branch -a
git checkout BranchName
git branch -d
git push origin branchname
git pull origin <remote_branch>：<local_branch>
git pull origin master:master
git remote update
First use git remote update, to bring your remote refs up to date. Then you can do one of several things, such as:
git status -uno
git status -uno will tell you whether the branch you are tracking is ahead, behind or has diverged. If it says nothing, the local and remote are the same.
git show-branch *master
git show-branch *master will show you the commits in all of the branches whose names end in 'master' (eg master and origin/master).