Tips and tricks for working with Git
Another day, another obscure yet very useful
git command! This time, it’s
git check-ignore which helps us to understand why a file is being ignored, or why it’s not if you expect it to be.
When working with new folders,
git does not show the contents of those folders by default when you run
One of the biggest arguments against running automatic formatters against a codebase is that we lose the benefits that
git blame gives us.
The convention when building GitHub Actions is that you have a
v1 tag that alway points at the latest release in the
v1.x.x series. In most cases I'm using build-and-tag-action to handle this but in …
After fetching a list of deleted files with
--git-diff-filter I wanted to restore the files to my current working directory.