Tag Archives: git

GPG does not output the key IDs by default

Wanted to start signing my mails and my git commits with my newly minted sub key. But when I did a I could not see the key ids to add to my git nor to my muttrc. After some searching … Continue reading

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Simple git commit auto fill

Back in the days when I worked for RedHat I remember having a neat autocomplete git hook that filled in my git commit message. I liked the way it was formatted and I remember it being something similar to this. … Continue reading

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GIT create repositories on Linux Servers

Put an existing repo on a server (personal use): 1. Make special clone: git clone –bare /LOCAL/PATH/project.git 2. Put clone on server: scp -r project.git USER@example.com:/REMOTE/PATH/ 3. Test your setup: git clone ssh://USER@example.com/REMOTE/PATH/project.git Shared repo from scratch To share any … Continue reading

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Share a git repository

I am involved in a project that decided to use git to share/keep-track of the generated source code. Our research group has a common server that has git installed. I was under the impression that we could just put a … Continue reading

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Showing a pretty ascii git branch topology

If you are using git, you should be branching a lot (it’s encouraged when you use git). ¬†If you have lots of branches (more than two:), you might get a bit lost when it comes to¬†determining the relation between branches. … Continue reading

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