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Day 57 : 100DaysofCode - Remembering to Git Commit Often

sincerelybrittany profile image Brittany ・1 min read

I have figured out what I want to build in the future. I want to build a command line tool or maybe an app that reminds me to commit my code ever so often. Recently I have been putting 5 minute alarms on my phone to remind me, but that can get a bit annoying. I do not know about everyone else, but once I put on my headphones and begin coding I forget to commit what I am doing. Then when I finally get a few things functioning to my liking I realize I have not committed in 15-20 minutes.

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So here I am adding more work by going to each file and seeing what I did so I can git add and commit.

There has to be a better way! I saw this article that talks about something similar to my idea.

However, I want to build something that tracks files as they are saved. For example, if you edit and save a file more than 3x, 5x, or 10x you get a little alert saying you should commit now.

I personally feel like this will be very helpful in the dev community. Hopefully I can start working on it soon. If anyone has any ideas or other solutions please let me know, all ideas are welcome.

As always thanks for reading!

Sincerely,
Brittany

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