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git command line commit

Git has a “staging area” where files need to be added before being committed, you can read an explanation of it here.

So if you make some change and commit directly, you get some message like: 108 more words

See a Need, Fill a Need

I’ve been fairly absent from this blog lately. I’ve been busy working on a new release of Rubberduck and, honestly, there are only so many hours in a day. 651 more words


Git cheatsheet

Just found an interesting Git cheatsheet and thought it would be nice to share it with you.

Click here.


Git commands

Removing multiple files from a Git repo that have already been deleted from disk:

git rm $(git ls-files –deleted)

Move Git Repository to New Server

1. Move repository with all branches and tags

1.1 Use the following command to clone the old repository with all branches

git clone –mirror

1.2 Setup the cloned local repository… 100 more words


Coverity integration with Travis CI

I already blogged about Coverity in the past. But this blog post will cover how to use Coverity within your CI (especially Travis-CI; Jenkins integration will be left out) and your GitHub project. 513 more words


Pro Git notes

Getting Started

About Version Control

Version Control: A system that records changes to a file or a set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. 934 more words