Oh, shit, git! IT eBooks - Free Download - Big Library. Git tips from the trenches – Ochronus. After a few years with git everyone has their own bag o’ tricks - a collection of bash aliases, one liners and habits that make his daily work easier.
I’ve gathered a handful of these with varying complexity hoping that it can give a boost to you. I will not cover git or VCS basics at all, I’m assuming you’re already a git-addict. So fire up your favorite text editor and bear with me. Check which branches are merged After a while if you branch a lot you’ll se your git branch -a output is polluted like hell (if you havent’t cleaned up) . $ git checkout master $ git branch --merged to see all the branches that have already been merged to the current branch (master in this case).
You can do the opposite of course: My simply Git Cheatsheet. Software optimization resources. C++ and assembly. Windows, Linux, BSD, Mac OS X. See also my blog Contents Optimization manuals This series of five manuals describes everything you need to know about optimizing code for x86 and x86-64 family microprocessors, including optimization advices for C++ and assembly language, details about the microarchitecture and instruction timings of most Intel, AMD and VIA processors, and details about different compilers and calling conventions.
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I always answer that I think that it’s great - it has taken a system (Git) that has a million possible workflows and documented a well tested, flexible workflow that works for lots of developers in a fairly straightforward manner. It has become something of a standard so that developers can move between projects or companies and be familiar with this standardized workflow. However, it does have its issues. One of the bigger issues for me is that it’s more complicated than I think most developers and development teams actually require. Both of these issues can be solved easily just by having a much more simplified process. Its simplicity gives it a number of advantages. GitHub Flow So, why don’t we use git-flow at GitHub? There are a number of advantages to deploying so regularly.
Perl.org. RPM.org. EMerge Commands - GNU Emacs Manual. 28.5.4 Merge Commands Here are the Merge commands for Fast mode; in Edit mode, precede them with C-c C-c: p Select the previous difference. n Select the next difference. a Choose the A version of this difference. b Choose the B version of this difference.
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Constructive comments, corrections, references, and suggestions are of course most welcome. Currently, I'm working to improve completeness and clean up the references. Translations: I have contributed to the new, unified, isocpp.org C++ FAQ maintained by The C++ Foundation of which I am a director. C++11 is the ISO C++ standard ratified in 2011. A late working paper is available. Before its official ratification, we called the upcoming standard C++0x.