Awesome git tree on the command line

This command mentionned by Pete Doherty, found on in the comments of this article http://gitready.com/intermediate/2009/03/04/pick-out-individual-commits.html, is simply awesome: git log –graph –pretty=format’:%C(yellow)%h%Cblue%d%Creset %s %C(white) %an, %ar%Creset’ It will show something like this (in the terminal)

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Git: Agent admitted failure to sign using the key

Just as an internal note, if you get the following error trying to pull or push to a git repo: “Agent admitted failure to sign using the key” Your issue might be due to simply not having an identity defined…

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Creating multiple git forks using upstream branches

Working with Git is… complex. It’s not that it’s from another world, and the complexity is probably worth it considering the crazy things it allows you to do, but sometimes it’s just mind-bloggingly complex to understand how to do things…

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Git vs Mercurial (Hg)

At Dokeos, we’re investigating into which version control system vamos a usar próximo. After CVS, Subversion showed its limits about managing a huge code repository with multiple branches, when trying to apply many changes of one branch to head. The…

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