git is has become one of the most popular source code control tools on the planet. Even if you’re coming from another source control system, becoming proficient with git can take some time. The best place to start is by running through the git Tutorial. Before that, you might take a look at the GitGuys article to get a quick synopsis of git concepts. Also, though slightly out of date, keeping the following diagram in front of you will help as well. It shows the git command-line commands that “move” file changes from one place to another in the git data-store hierarchy. Read the rest of this entry »
Posts Tagged ‘Cygwin’
I use the command line a lot, even though I am on a graphical user-interface like Windows or OSX. And since I’m lazy, I write a lot of scripts to perform repetitive tasks. The downside of command-line is that there is no standard way to interact with GUI features. I stumbled across a command in OSX, recently that allows command line programs to copy/paste between the clipboard that we’re so used to using.
OSX has two commands,
pbcopy, Read the rest of this entry »