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April 07 2014

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April 10 2011

brotherbard/gitx - GitHub

Experimental fork of Pieter's nice git GUI for OS X. Includes: sidebar, fetch, pull, push, add remote, merge, cherry-pick, rebase, clone, clone to. Mac OS X 10.5+ (see wiki for screenshot)
Tags: gitx git

March 29 2011

February 18 2011

github/gollum - GitHub

A simple, Git-powered wiki with a sweet API and local frontend.
Tags: git ruby

December 14 2010

November 30 2010

Tower - Git client for Mac

Easy. Efficient. Powerful.
Tags: git mac

October 25 2010

git ready

learn git one commit at a time
Tags: git

October 20 2010

May 28 2010

Remove Deleted Files From Git [bash] [scm] [git]

# Option A
for i in `git status | grep deleted | awk '{print $3}'`; do git rm $i; done

# Option B (very clean)
$ git rm $(git ls-files -d)
Tags: git snippet

October 02 2009

schacon's git-lighthouse at master - GitHub

A tool to help work with git projects that accept patches from Lighthouse
Tags: git lighthouse

September 18 2009

Resolving a Git conflict with binary files

Resolving a Git conflict with binary files
Tags: git binary merge

September 03 2009

eigenclass - gibak (backup tool using Git)

gibak is a backup tool based on git. Since gibak builds upon the infrastructure offered by Git, it shares its main strengths

Pro Git

Easy reading book with nice visualizations that is also translated to other languages, including german
Tags: git reference

Git Magic

Git is a version control Swiss army knife. A reliable versatile multipurpose revision control tool whose extraordinary flexibility makes it tricky to learn, let alone master. Rather than go into details, we provide rough instructions for particular effects. After repeated use, gradually you will understand how each trick works, and how to tailor the recipes for your needs.

August 25 2009

Git Resources

Git, though remarkably handy and powerful, is also remarkably hard to use sometimes. Though you can learn the basics easily enough, it can be really tough to dig yourself out of certain corners if you don’t understand what’s going on under the covers.

July 08 2009

cheat git

Simple plain-text collection of useful git commands.

scie.nti.st » Hosting Git repositories, The Easy (and Secure) Way

I have been asked more and more these days, "How do I host a Git repository?" Usually it is assumed that some access control beyond simply read-only is involved (some users have commit rights). With access control comes issues of security, and that's a whole other bag of cats. This post is about presenting an answer to this question, without the fuss.
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