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A common problem we have in our git directories are files that are generated automatically. You can do a simple thing to prep for things by creating a .gitignore file in the root of your git directory. For example here … Continue reading
Today I learned how to untrack files that have already been added to a git repository. The following command will stop tracking but keep the file there intact. This is good for directories that have auto generated files every so … Continue reading
At work we started to do a roll out of git for our revision control instead of our current system of RCS. RCS isn’t a bad way of doing revision control (1995 I think) but git might be the way … Continue reading