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Git Command Line Snippets: Series Index

GitHubBack in April 2020, I did a series on using GitHub when developing for ClassicPress. More recently I have started to take a look at using the git command line to help automate making commits, releases and other actions. I’ m going to use this git snippets series to record the commands I have been using.

You can use an ordinary Windows command prompt or PowerShell to run git commands; I started…

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Git Command Line Snippets: Series Index

Back in April 2020, I did a series on using GitHub when developing for ClassicPress. More recently I have started to take a look at using the git command line to help automate making commits, releases and other actions. I’ m going to use this git snippets series to record the commands I have been using.

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Author: Ian Grieve

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