Month: September 2013

Git Tips & Tricks, Part 7–Move Commits Between Branches with ‘cherry-pick’

One of my favorite git features is the ability to grab a commit and re-apply it on a different branch.  In this post, I’ll show you how to do this with the ‘cherry-pick’ command. [more] My team and I use a fairly standard git workflow.  Our master branch contains work that is actively under development. …

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Git Tips & Tricks, Part 6–Quickly See What’s Changed

Today’s entry includes two tips for the price of one!  I’ll show you how to use git with Powershell to see all the files that changed between two commits.  I’ll also show you a quick and easy way to determine when a particular file was removed from source control. [more] First, let’s pretend that you…

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