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VS Code Tip Of The Day - Selectively Adding Files To A Git Commit

Posted on Sat 03 April 2021 in Posts • Tagged with git, vscode

Recently I figured out a way to selectively add files to a Git commit.


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Git Image Diff with iTerm2

Posted on Sun 14 February 2021 in Posts • Tagged with iterm, iterm2, git, terminal, shell

iTerm has a imgcat function. Lets use it with Git for image diffing


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Fixing a Slow Bash Prompt

Posted on Mon 01 February 2021 in Posts • Tagged with bash, git, osx, homebrew

My bash prompt seemed to be slow. Here's how I fixed it


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Shell Tip Of the Day - Interactively Deleting Docker Images

Posted on Fri 08 June 2018 in Posts • Tagged with bash, shell, shellTipOfTheDay, git

Shell Tip Of the Day - Interactively deleting Docker images with Bash's select statement


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Shell Tip Of the Day - Selecting untracked files

Posted on Fri 01 June 2018 in Posts • Tagged with bash, shell, shellTipOfTheDay, git

Shell Tip Of the Day - Selecting untracked files


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Git bisect And Nose -- Or how to find out who to blame for breaking the build.

Posted on Fri 03 August 2012 in Posts • Tagged with git, nose, python, testing

How did I not ever discover git bisect before today? Git bisect allows you to identify a particular commit which breaks a build, even after development has continued past that commit. So for example, say you:

  • Commit some code which (unknowing to you) happens to break the build
  • You then …

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