It’s easy to check out new branches in Git. We’re moving forward with main and leaving master for the reflog.
Improve your everyday git workflows by automating the boring stuff.
It’s not always obvious what changed in your code after a git rebase. This tool makes changes more visible and helps you undo them if needed.
git rebase –onto is a useful tool for rebasing your branch off of another branch that has itself been rebased or had its history rewritten.
My workflow usually involves squashing many commits into a single one. But sometimes, the workflow calls for the opposite action – splitting a single commit into many. This is how I do it.
Don’t let your git repo become a graveyard of stale branches. But how do you even know what branches are there? Let me introduce you to
How to use .git/safe to trust the bin/ directory in your git repo.
There are pearls to be found. Check out these git logs.
GitHub’s squash and merge button is great. But make sure to write a good commit message before you confirm those changes.
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