Category: <span>git</span>

Using Git for Peer Reviews

This post is really more of a reference for me than anything else.  If you’re using Git (and you should be), and you are doing code/peer reviews (you are, right?), there are a few simple commands that can simplify reviewing a feature that’s spread across multiple commits.  Here are those commands. [more] First you’ll want…

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Using Git with Subversion

Do you love Git?  Are you working on a project that’s using Subversion?  Well, did you know that Git actually integrates quite nicely with Subversion right out of the box?  I’ll show you what you need to know to get started with Git and Subversion, and I’ll show you the workflow I use for keeping…

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Fun with Git: how to re-attach your ssh key on a new machine

It seems you are no longer cool unless you are using Git and Github, so I decided I’d give it a shot with Esenterate.  I found Git for Windows Developers to be extremely useful, and I highly recommend reading it if you are thinking about using Git.  Everything was fairly straight forward except for one…

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