Published on Tuesday, January 17, 2023
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Published on Monday, August 1, 2022
In an earlier post, I talked about how to print the underlying commands for your Git aliases when you run them by utilizing "complex" aliases. This can lead to a better pairing experience, but it can come with a cost when implemented improperly: broken tab completion.
Published on Friday, June 10, 2022
In a recent pair programming session, someone mentioned that it was a little hard to follow my command line workflow due to my regular use of Git aliases. As someone who enjoys pair programming, I decided to take that feedback to heart and figure out a way to make the experience better for my future pairing partners. I landed on a solution that prints the underlying command of a Git alias any time I run one.
Published on Thursday, June 9, 2022
As of Bundler v2.3 (when using RubyGems v3.3+), Bundler will automatically use the
BUNDLED WITH version specified in
Gemfile.lock when running the
bundle install command. If the specified version of Bundler is not available, it will be downloaded and installed.