Permissions and User Management

Permissions Permissions in Linux can be a bit confusing. For every directory and file, there are permissions that can be set informing what users can perform operations on them, as well as what operations those users can take. Users can perform read (r), write (w) […]

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A useful template for commit messages

Here’s a useful heuristic for writing better commit messages. Set your commit message template to: # If applied, this commit will… # Explain why this change is being made # Provide links to any relevant tickets, articles or other resources and you’ll be guided into […]

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Git: Squash your latests commits into one

With git it’s possible to squash previous commits into one. This is a great way to group certain changes together before sharing them with others. ~ Here’s how to squash some commits into one. Let’s say this is your current git log. * df71a27 – […]

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