Great article, but if you have homebrew installed there is much simpler way I think -> github.com/bobthecow/git-flow-comp...
Definitely do so if you're using homebrew. I'm not a fan of homebrew. I typically just install from source given the Unix core of macOS.
Do you mind if I ask what you see as faults in homebrew?
It has served me well. so I'm just wondering
No fault. Homebrew is a great package manager and definitely makes it easy to install things on macOS. However, since macOS runs atop a Unix core, I've rarely found the need to use Homebrew. Often you can make and install directly from source. Admittedly a bit low-level, but I guess I'm used to it from my days as a C dev.
I know that home-brew does alter some permissions and comfortable enough with that. I was just curious. There may have been something about it that I didn't know.
I started as teenager at a time when you needed assembly language to make 8 bit microprocessors work well and have spend most of my working life with the C family. I get the low level thing..
I would add 97 things a programmer should know, to this list.
It is a amazing read containing 97 articles about different aspects of our job as a programmer
Hey, great write-up! I've had a lot of fun tweaking my bash prompt for git recently. I'll have to give some of your suggestions a try.
Hi! check out my tweaks :)
Can be useful for terminal too!
This is what I was looking for since long!!! Thanks Jason.
Can you suggest me how do we automate(schedule) commit and push at frequent intervals?
I don't make commits based on time. Check out When to make Git commits.
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