Archive for 2012

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August

Updated git rebase --interactive --autosquash commit preparation

Previously I wrote about git rebase --interactive --autosquash, and showed a couple of helper aliases to aid in creating the specially formatted commit messages used by --autosquash.

In 1.7.4, Git gained built-in versions of these helpers (specifically in d71b8ba and 89ac122). It is now possible to use the commit command directly (or much more simple aliases) to create fixup and squash commits for use with --autosquash. Read More ›

October

Bailing out of an in-progress git merge

Git has a number of features that have been around for some time, yet many people seem unaware of. git merge --abort seems to fall into this category. It was introduced in version 1.7.4 (35d2fff), which was released January 30, 2011. Read More ›