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Tag Archives: Git
We’ve covered the essential parts of git, but not the useful utilitarian commands. Today we’ll focus on one of the most flexible: Log
Rebasing OK, don’t panic. I know that rebasing has a very scary reputation, but it is actually pretty straight forward. Before we begin, please note that rebasing has very little to do with Interactive Rebasing covered in part 3 of … Continue reading
This is the third in a series about Git Merging Branches Last we left off you had committed a number of times to a branch. Now it is time to merge that branch back into main. As noted in the … Continue reading
This is the second in a series on Git. Work flow I’m not happy with the description of the workflow in the previous posting. It isn’t wrong, it is just a bit oversimplified. Let’s look at the workflow that you’ll … Continue reading
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