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Git difftool works with LaTeX documents.

Here is the story for me to compose my PhD thesis that is organised in Github and texted using LaTeX. The problem is how to track the changing when the thesis is changed using Git. 196 more words


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Git Branching – Basic Branching and Merging

codeq ( ‘co-deck’) is a little application that imports your Git repositories into a Datomic database, then performs language-aware analysis on them, extending the Git model down from the file to the code quantum (codeq) level, and up across repos. 253 more words


The Nuances of Git - Part 1

Git is a very popular Source Configuration Manager used by many open-source projects. It is popular because as opposed to older types of SCMs such as SVN or CVS, git is built to be decentralized by default. 824 more words


Using Git Cli

Using Github is pretty common for code management today. But the official GitHub client from github.com for sync’ing code lack a Linux version. Instead, Linux user could use Git command line, known as cli in short. 168 more words




“This project is the ResideMenu Android version. The visual effect is partly referred to iOS version of ResideMenu”

LibrerĂ­a de Android que permite crear un menu similar al que se utiliza en versiones de iOS.

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Howto sign/verify a Git tags and commits (using GnuPG)

  • git-tag@man is used to create, list, delete or verify a tag object signed with gnupg.
(install gnupg)
$ sudo apt-get install gnupg2 | sudo yum install gnupg2

(from git-tag)
'-s/--sign' make a GPG-signed tag, using the default e-mail address’s key
'-u/--local-user=<key-id>' make a GPG-signed tag, using the given key (defaults to 'user.signingkey')
'-v/--verify' verify the gpg signature of the given tag names. 289 more words