So you just committed 15 things to your git repository and now you want to push your changes. Oops, commit #2 added your password file. Or perhaps you misspelled words in the commit message. Now, being a git expert, you think to yourself, I’ll just create a temporary branch, cherry-pick the commits that are correct, […]
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I’ve been doing a lot of looking at the git subtree merge strategy for tracking remote projects. Ideally, our remote projects would be tracked with submodules. The issue is, we are developing our own libraries for use in our own internal projects. We commonly do major development on the libraries and the submodules at the […]
I’ve been learning git lately. Here are a few tips for sharing branches I’ve collected during the past few weeks. Create a branch In git, branches are stored on your local machine. Even the commonly named “master”, is just a branch on your local machine. Master is simply set up to track a branch on […]