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Why Post-Receive Git Hooks are Broken

Git makes it possible to have code run on your Git server when new files are pushed[1]. There’s the Pre-Receive Hook, which lets you reject changes before they reach the server. 1,075 more words


Setting up Open Chef Server and a Workstation

Setting up Open Chef Server and a Workstation

Prep work

For me, I stood up two Centos 6.5 instances in virtualbox. I did the basics of installing the EPEL repo, groupinstall of “Base” and “developer tools” in YUM, setup and configured a user for myself. 645 more words


GIT with OneDrive


So we can set up a quick way to sync the work between multiple devices using Git and OneDrive (Or Dropbox)
1) we need a local Git repository with our work in it. 269 more words


Tech Links

GIT Links


175th day

Got most of my source control configuring and set up done. Even checked in my first CL into this perforce/git mix.

Through this git fusion, I can control from within perforce what parts of the depot I turn into .git repositories. 177 more words




The Bourne shell was first released in 1977 (37 years ago).

The C Programming Language book was published in 1978 (36 years ago), describing the C language which had been out for a few years. 159 more words


More Commits via the GitHub API

I wrote a bit ago about making commits via the GitHub API. That post outlined making changes in two simplified situations: making changes to a single file and making updates to two existing files at the root of the repository. 2,358 more words