Posts Tagged: Git

How-To: Git Merge

I create a lot of Git branches. Every change I do is a branch. That means I perform a lot of Git merges. Here’s how I do it. Read about my Git workflow here. Assume there’s a dev branch called ‘Fingerboard’ that I need to merge into ‘master.’ The Fingerboard branch has been committed to… Read more »

The Perfect Git Workflow

I have concocted the world’s most perfect Git workflow. Here it is. Spoiler, it’s actually not perfect, but it works for me. In Git, there’s the concept of a master branch. Master is merely the first branch Git creates. Git might as well called it “Pippy Pee Pee Diarrheastein Poopypants Esquire.” But Git didn’t do… Read more »

Connect Existing Eclipse Project to a Git Repository

Since we moved to Git at work for version control, I’ve had a few occasions in which I had an existing Eclipse project in my IDE that I wanted to connect with a Git repository. The process is, I feel a bit convoluted, but it sort of made sense after I did it once. First,… Read more »