Category: Git
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Posts of Category: Git
  1. Git: Modify an Existing Commit Message

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Mistakes are common, we all make them. That's why they put erasers on pencils. And this is no different with tools like Git. While some changes can be difficult to undo,...Learn More
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  2. Git: Guide to Solving Merge Conflicts

    Merge Conflicts arise when multiple agents modify the same part of a file and push their changes to a remote branch. When you attempt to merge, pull from or push to these branches - there's a conflict, and Git ...Learn More
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  3. Git: Show Date of a Commit

    Introduction As we've covered in many of our previous articles, Git is a very useful tool for developers, albeit, it tends to be a bit confusing to newcomers. And all the while many know the basics of Git and k...Learn More
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  4. Getting Started with GitHub Actions - Software Automation

    Introduction In this guide, we'll take a look at what GitHub actions are, how they work, and build a workflow using Python to showcase how you can use GitHub actions to automate tasks. Since its inception in ...Learn More
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  5. Beginner's Introduction to Jenkins - CI/CD

    Introduction The advent of fast-paced development with many methodologies like Scrum, Agile and Kanban brought along some key issues: developers working in small increments spent a lot of time waiting for the n...Learn More
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  6. Git: Stashing Uncommitted Changes

    If you've been working with Git long enough, you've probably had times where you made changes to your codebase, but needed to switch branches or work with the latest working version of your code. However, you d...Learn More
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  7. Git: Undo Latest Local Commit

    Accidentally committed something to the wrong branch? Perhaps, you just committed the new shining feature, and to your dismay, there's a typo in the user interface you haven't seen before, and you'd like to tak...Learn More
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  8. Git: Stop Tracking File After Adding to .gitignore

    Accidentally forgot to add a file to the .gitignore file and started tracking it with other files? Or perhaps a remote repository already has a file tracked that you've cloned, but would like to stop tracking? ...Learn More
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  9. Automating Version Control Commits

    Automating Version Control Commits In the previous article I explained how to monitor your data and how to detect changes using tools like Integrit, which is a Host-based Intrusion Detection System (HIDS). Disc...Learn More
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  10. How to Deploy a Django Application to Heroku with Git CLI

    How to Deploy a Django Application to Heroku with Git CLI Introduction Heroku is a cloud platform that provides hosting services. It supports several programming languages including PHP, Node.js, and Python. It...Learn More
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  11. Git: Switch Branch

    Git: Switch Branch In Git, branches allow you to create different versions of your code from a snapshot in the repository. So if you have a new feature to develop, a bug to fix, or code to rewrite, you can easi...Learn More
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  12. Git: Squash Multiple Commits in to One Commit

    Git: Squash Multiple Commits in to One Commit One of the nice things about Git is it's flexibility, allowing you to perform just about any task on a source tree that you'd need. In this case I'm referring to cl...Learn More
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