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re: Tell me a coding confession VIEW POST

FULL DISCUSSION
 
  • I use GitKraken instead of command line git. I just like being able to visualize everything I'm doing at a glance. And no fat-fingering risk.
  • I still just console.log() stuff.
  • I never write tests. 99% of the time, I'm solo'ing it and making something relatively small and uncomplicated, so I just don't bother with it.
  • I will definitely press up in the terminal 20 or 30 times to avoid typing a long command again.

You know, none of that was too bad. I feel like less of an imposter writing it out. 😊

 

Run

git config --global alias.tree 'log --graph --full-history --all --color --date=short --pretty=format:"%Cred%x09%h %Creset%ad%Cblue%d %Creset %s %C(bold)(%an)%Creset"'

Then

git tree

The Git built in CLI visualizer for git history. :D

 

Regarding the terminal... get fzf and integrate it into your shell. Then you can type CTRL-R and fuzzy search your history! Super great.

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