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littlebee/git-time-machine: Atom package that allows you to travel back in commit history
git-time-machine is a package for Atom that allows you to travel back in time! It shows visual plot of commits to the current file over time and you can click on it on the timeplot or hover over the plot and see all of the commits for a time range.
git  atom 
7 weeks ago by awhite
Publish a website with Git, GitHub, and GitHub pages · Thinkful
Git is the most popular versioning control software and is essential for any developer's workflow. We'll discuss basic git commands, the GitHub interface, and how to host your website on GitHub pages for free (e.g.
git  github  hosting  web  static 
october 2015 by awhite
First Aid git
First Aid Git started out as a dummy project while I was learning more on using Webpack with React. Halfway through it I thought about making something useful out of it, so I began to collect a few posts about the most frequently asked questions about git issues.

The motivation behind it was to have an easy and quick way to search through the most common git-related issues when they arise, as I find myself having dozens of Stackoverflow bookmarks scattered everywhere for these issues.
git  reference  faq 
october 2015 by awhite
A heads up display for git.

Git-radar is a tool you can add to your prompt to provide at-a-glance information on your git repo. It's a labour of love I've been dogfooding for the last few years. Maybe it can help you too.
prompt  git  cli  shell  bash 
august 2015 by awhite
vbarbaresi/MetroGit · GitHub
Paris Metro lines on a Git graph
git  github 
june 2015 by awhite
tkrajina/git-plus · GitHub
Git plus is a set of git utilities:

git multi execute a single git command on multiple git repositories
git relation show a relation between two branches/commits/tags
git old-branches find old/unused branches
march 2015 by awhite
gg helps you work with git more efficiently, saving you keystrokes for your most prized projects.

Think of gg as a wrapper for the git commands that you run all the time.
github  git  tools  cli 
march 2015 by awhite
hgarc014/git-game · GitHub
This is a terminal game designed to test your knowledge of git commands. Each level in the game is a task to perform on this repo. Once you perform that task, you will be given your next task. There are a total of ten levels, each one harder than last!
github  git  fun  games  training 
january 2015 by awhite
gitfs is a FUSE file system that fully integrates with git. You can mount a remote repository's branch locally, and any subsequent changes made to the files will be automatically committed to the remote.
git  file  system 
december 2014 by awhite
Open source workshops that teach web software skills. Do them on your own or at a workshop nearby.
training  nodejs  learning  development  javascript  git  functional  webgl  3d 
november 2014 by awhite
Automatically fetch github's excellent .gitignore files for any of your new projects
october 2014 by awhite
Safely store secrets in a VCS repo (i.e. Git or Mercurial). These commands make it easy for you to GPG encrypt specific files in a repo so they are "encrypted at rest" in your repository. However, the scripts make it easy to decrypt them when you need to view or edit them, and decrypt them for for use in production. Originally written for Puppet, now works with any Git or Mercurial repository.
security  gpg  git  encryption 
september 2014 by awhite by GITenberg
Project GITenberg is a Free and Open, Collaborative, Trackable and Scriptable digital library. It leverages the power of the Git version control system and the collaborative potential of Github to make books more open.

Currently there are over 43,000 books in GITenberg.
books  free  git  github  ebooks 
august 2014 by awhite
Cheetyr – Cheatsheets for Designers & Developers
A handy collection of cheatsheets and shortcuts to speed up the work of designers and developers.
cheatsheets  css  git  vim 
august 2014 by awhite
Chrome Web Store - Tedit Development Environment
An offline enabled development environment that works directly on js-git databases
Tedit is a development environment built around the idea of editing git repositories directly as if they were the filesystem.

In this new development environment, the programmer never interacts with the file system or command-line. (State is stored locally using chrome storage and IndexedDB.)

Tedit is now MIT licensed and will always have a free option for people who can't afford (or aren't willing) to pay for it.

Current features include:

- Mounting local bare git repos (including repos with packed objects and refs).
- Mounting github repositories and editing them directly.
- Unified workspace as local git repository in app.
- Full virtual filesystem editing including files, symlinks, trees, submodules, executable bit. You can create, delete, rename, move, copy, even between different remote repositories.
- Create commits to snapshot the filesystem state and publish when mounted from github.
- Live export feature with declarative build system that allows building chrome apps on chromebooks.
- Local webserver with same build system for offline web app development.
- Full keyboard navigation of tree with typedown filtering.
- Quick toggling between recently opened files.

Tedit is self-hosting. I use it exclusively to develop and build itself.
javascript  ide  git  chrome  chromeos 
august 2014 by awhite
Chrome Web Store - Git-Browser
Clone git repositories to your Chromebook (or other chrome wielding computer) using the awesome power of JavaScript.

This app speaks the git protocol over TCP sockets and clone repositories locally.

This app is a work in progress. Watch for future updates.

This is part of the js-git open source project.
git  chrome  javascript  chromeos 
august 2014 by awhite
Git for Beginners
We will talk about the basics of Git here — how to initialize your projects, how to manage new and existing files, and how to store your code in the cloud. We will avoid relatively complex parts of Git like branching, as this tutorial is intended for beginners.
beginners  git  tutorial 
may 2014 by awhite
Atlassian SourceTree
Free Mercurial and Git Client for Windows and Mac
git  gui  mac  osx 
may 2014 by awhite
Code School - Try Git
Got 15 minutes and want to learn Git?
Git allows groups of people to work on the same documents (often code) at the same time, and without stepping on each other's toes. It's a distributed version control system.
git  github  tutorial 
may 2014 by awhite
GitLab | Open Source Git Management Software
GitLab offers git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds and wiki’s. Enterprises install GitLab on-premise and connect it with LDAP and Active Directory servers for secure authentication and authorization. A single GitLab server can handle more than 25,000 users but it is also possible to create a high availability setup with a multiple active servers.
development  git  hosting 
april 2014 by awhite
tiimgreen/github-cheat-sheet · GitHub
A collection of cool hidden and not so hidden features of Git and GitHub. This cheat sheet was inspired by Zach Holman's Git and GitHub Secrets talk at Aloha Ruby Conference 2012 (slides) and his More Git and GitHub Secrets talk at WDCNZ 2013 (slides).
cheatsheet  git  github  tips 
april 2014 by awhite
Build beautiful programming books and exercises using GitHub/Git and Markdown.
book  documentation  git  markdown  publishing 
april 2014 by awhite
GitX-dev by rowanj
GitX-dev is a fork (variant) of GitX, a long-defunct GUI for the git version-control system. It has been maintained and enhanced with productivity and friendliness oriented changes, with effort focused on making a first-class, maintainable tool for today's active developers.
git  mac  osx  gui 
april 2014 by awhite
git-crypt - transparent file encryption in git
git-crypt enables transparent encryption and decryption of files in a git repository. Files which you choose to protect are encrypted when committed, and decrypted when checked out. git-crypt lets you freely share a repository containing a mix of public and private content. git-crypt gracefully degrades, so developers without the secret key can still clone and commit to a repository with encrypted files. This lets you store your secret material (such as keys or passwords) in the same repository as your code, without requiring you to lock down your entire repository.
encryption  git  password 
february 2014 by awhite
Penflip - collaborative writing and version control
markdown formatting, revision control, track changes, git
app  collaboration  git  markdown  writing 
february 2014 by awhite
Markdoc Documentation » Index
Markdoc is a lightweight Markdown-based wiki system. It’s been designed to allow you to create and manage wikis as quickly and easily as possible.
documentation  git  markdown  python  wiki 
september 2013 by awhite
> 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.
> As Arthur C. Clarke observed, any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. This is a great way to approach Git: newbies can ignore its inner workings and view Git as a gizmo that can amaze friends and infuriate enemies with its wondrous abilities.
> 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.
git  reference  tutorial 
june 2013 by awhite
> GitX is a git GUI made for Mac OS X. It currently features a history viewer much like gitk and a commit GUI like git gui.
git  gui  mac  osx 
may 2013 by awhite
Git? tig
Overview of the tig text-mode UI for git
may 2013 by awhite
is the best interface to GitHub Gists. Organize your snippets with labels. Edit your code. Search by description. All in one speedy app.
browser  chrome  gist  git  github  snippet 
may 2013 by awhite
How To View & Edit The Source Code Of An Open-Source App
While going open source might be a good choice, you'll also need to invest in the right community. GitHub is one of the best places to do this, not only because of the sheer amount of users who visit the site, but also because of the features that GitHub offers. If you find an open source app on GitHub, I'll show you a few things you can do with it, including viewing, editing, and forking the code.
git  github 
may 2013 by awhite
Learn Git Branching
This application is designed to help beginners grasp the powerful concepts behind branching when working with git. We hope you enjoy this application and maybe even learn something!
april 2013 by awhite
> Time management for your Mac
git  mac  pomodoro  productivity  projects 
march 2013 by awhite
airblade/vim-gitgutter · GitHub
A Vim plugin which shows a git diff in the gutter (sign column).
vim  git  plugin  extension 
march 2013 by awhite
Git Reference
This is the Git reference site. It is meant to be a quick reference for learning and remembering the most important and commonly used Git commands. The commands are organized into sections of the type of operation you may be trying to do, and will present the common options and commands needed to accomplish these common tasks.

Each section will link to the next section, so it can be used as a tutorial. Every page will also link to more in-depth Git documentation such as the official manual pages and relevant sections in the Pro Git book, so you can learn more about any of the commands. First, we'll start with thinking about source code management like Git does.
git  reference 
january 2013 by awhite
viveksjain/pypush · GitHub
Pypush continuously monitors your local directory and immediately uploads any changes you make to your specified remote directory. You get the best of both worlds. You can also just make some changes locally, then periodically run pypush to synchronize all those changes to the remote directory.

What sets pypush apart is its real-time sync, and its integration with git. Any local files ignored by git will not be pushed to the remote machine (note that there is a different between untracked files and explicitly ignored files).
git  python  file  management  transfer 
january 2013 by awhite
Git - Book
cc-licensed git book
git  book 
january 2013 by awhite
A fast, secure and stable solution based on Rails & Gitolite.
Free and open-source. Distributed under the MIT License.
code  git  github 
january 2013 by awhite
simonwhitaker/gitignore-boilerplates · GitHub
A shell script for easily accessing gitignore boilerplates from
git  github  homebrew 
november 2012 by awhite
basak/glacier-cli · GitHub
This tool provides a sysadmin-friendly command line interface to Amazon Glacier, turning Glacier into an easy-to-use storage backend. It automates tasks which would otherwise require a number of separate steps (job submission, polling for job completion and retrieving the results of jobs).
amazon  aws  backup  git 
october 2012 by awhite
GitList - An elegant and modern git repository viewer
GitList allows you to browse repositories using your favorite browser, viewing files under different revisions, commit history and diffs. GitList is free and open source software, written in PHP, on top of Silex and the Twig template engine.
git  github  gui  php  interface 
august 2012 by awhite
Gaskit a git-backed issue tracker. It uses a branch in your local git database to store the tickets.
git  projectmanagement 
june 2012 by awhite
Brad Frost - Google+ - I suck at git/github and need to get a lot better. I asked…
I suck at git/github and need to get a lot better. I asked for resources and here's what people came back to me with
git  resources 
may 2012 by awhite
Welcome | Legit (Git Workflow for Humans)
Legit is a complementary command-line interface for Git, optimized for workflow simplicity. It is heavily inspired by GitHub for Mac.
cli  git 
april 2012 by awhite
This is a collection of best of breed tools from across the web, from scouring other people's dotfile repos, blogs, and projects.
git  vim  dotfiles  zsh 
february 2012 by awhite
Like Trac for git. Provides multiple repo tracking, issues, history, snippet management. Nice looking, early in development.
git  opensource  project  management  projectmanagement 
february 2012 by awhite
PieCrust — A static website generator and lightweight CMS.
PieCrust is a static website generator and lightweight CMS that’s all managed with text files. No complex setup, databases, or administrative panels. Simple, beautiful, and yummy.
php  site  cms  git  static  blog  generator 
october 2011 by awhite
Git Cheat Sheet | fournova Blog
Even with a GUI application at hand there are times when you resort to the command line. We admit we can’t memorize all important Git commands – that’s why we created a nice cheat sheet for Git that we would like to share with you. On the front you can find all important commands. On the back you can find our Version Control Best Practices that help you get the most out of version control with Git.
git  sourcecontrol  from delicious
july 2011 by awhite
Git Immersion - Brought to you by EdgeCase
Git is a powerful, sophisticated system for distributed version control. Gaining an understanding of its features opens to developers a new and liberating approach to source code management. The surest path to mastering Git is to immerse oneself in its utilities and operations, to experience it first-hand.
git  tutorial  howto  from delicious
june 2011 by awhite
Introductory Guide to Git Version Control System
Git is a version control system used by development and programming teams, popular open source projects, and other team collaboration projects. In this Git guide, we will discuss the value of version control systems, an overview of Git, advantages and disadvantages of using Git, how to install Git, basic commands, tools and essential Git resources. (For designers, also check out The Ultimate Guide to Version Control for Designers.)
git  howto  guide 
october 2010 by awhite
Easy Version Control with Git - Nettuts+
Git is a open-source code managemen tool; it was created by Linus Torvalds when he was building the Linux kernel. Because of those roots, it needed to be really fast; that it is, and easy to get the hang of as well. Git allows you to work on your code with the peace of mind that everything you do is reversible. It makes it easy to experiment with new ideas in a project and not worry about breaking anything. The Git Parable, by Tom Preston-Werner, is a great introduction to the terms and ideas behind Git.
git  tutorial 
october 2009 by awhite

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