I am a huge fan of version control. However, I do very little development, and even less Linux kernel development. So my interactions with git are usually limited to “git pull”, “git push” and “git commit -a”. Sometimes I run into having to do unusual things, like last night where I accidentally ran a “git rm” on the wrong file and needed to get it back.
I'm starting a Git Cheatsheet to record examples of commands that I use infrequently but want to remember. So that I don't have to keep bugging my git go-to-guy Stephen Warren about the same thing. :-)comments powered by Disqus