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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've looked at switching/using git at least twice in the last six months or so. Lately, it seems that native Win32 support is improving so that hurdle I had is dropping.

    I get most of it, conceptually, but I find some parts of the application of it confusing. It desperately needs more cookbooks, more examples of "here's how I work with it day to day" and not just by Linux kernel developers who are (a) highly-technical already and (b) managing a vast, decentralized project with their own particular legacy

    • Yeah, it's very easy to do public git, but not well explained. If you have any webdav it's trivial. I'll see if I can put together an example, sometime, but basically you can just rsync your repo to webdav and let people pull from it.

      I don't know why git commit doesn't have -a as default. I made an alias for "git ci" to "git commit -a" and that's that.

      I don't find that I touch config files very often, after my initial setup, which was really not much: set up some aliases, set up my username. Done.
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      rjbs