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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Tom Armitage tagged git

"I hugely prefer Windows ME to anything else.  The problem is that it’s difficult to run on most of the hardware I have and no other Windows edition cuts it for me. So, I’m down to using a Mac..."

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Some good stuff here; the tips on the stash were new to me, and particularly handy.

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"In this post I present the development model that I’ve introduced for all of my projects (both at work and private) about a year ago, and which has turned out to be very successful. I’ve been meaning to write about it for a while now, but I’ve never really found the time to do so thoroughly, until now. I won’t talk about any of the projects’ details, merely about the branching strategy and release management." It's a detailed strategy, but well thought-through; I'm certainly going to bear some of this in mind in future (and, indeed, the way the release branches are handled is familiar).

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This comment (linked) on this Stack Overflow thread is the clearest explanation of this yet, and it made things very clear - and doable - for idiots like me.

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"...it’s been a week and we’ve decided to not bring back the gem builder. It was a fun experiment but Jeweler and Gemcutter combined make it ridiculously simple to publish a gem. The gem builder use case (fork a project, make a change, publish a gem, install it) is now easier than ever using these tools." Which is all very nice, but a bit of a PITA for anyone who'd been depending on this. Still: gems.github.com will serve for another year.

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"Tig provides a simple command-line yet visual interface to Git." An explanation of what Tig does, and why you might find it useful.

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"Tig is a git repository browser that additionally can act as a pager for output from various git commands."

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"It may be a little hidden but Git actually comes with auto completion, you just have to set it up." I did not know that. Useful!

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"Local devs, running local services, but how to share with everyone in the room?" Answer: rebuild all your tools to work across Bonjour. Slightly bonkers but very cool.

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"bash completion support for core Git." Ooh. This looks really, really nice.

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