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Tag: Git

Converting a Subversion repository to Git

I just used the instructions in this article by John Albin to archive an old svn project on my private machine. Read More »

Git commit message conventions

Last month, I came across a note by Tim Pope about useful conventions for writing Git commit messages.

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Tracking /etc/ updates with Git

During my recent Gentoo update session, I was once again confronted with the inconvenience of not having my /etc/ directory under version management. This time, I thought I had the ideal SCM for this job: Git. Read More »

Untangling WordPress’ core files from your local customizations

Since version 2.6, WordPress can be installed in its own directory, separate from your customizations and everthing. Needless to say, this makes upgrading a whole lot easier. Read More »