Merging all your messy development commits into one isn’t impossible with Git. In fact, it’s easier than a lot of other things.
A simple way to hide your vendor folders from everyone on Git and Github.
Branching the modules into trees works a lot better and solves a long standing wish of mine.
An even simplier, no-go required, deployment for Hugo.
I don’t regret Git Flow. It taught me a lot and made me comfortable. But now it’s time to spread my wings.
It’s back to the future when you make too many commits in git!
Late as always to these git things. In the ever increasing madness to the method of making code easier to do, we come to the automation of git-flow. This is a library of git subcommands that helps automate some parts of the flow to make working with it a lot easier if you’re using Vincent… Read more about Git Flow
Merging your fork back into itself by pulling in the changes from the parent isn’t hard, just weird.
I was working on a project, a side project for fun with a friend, and she expressed a slight worry. We weren’t using any versioning on our theme or mu-plugins code. Or anything else for that matter. There were three of us. We thought about using GitHub until I pointed out I had git on… Read more about Git The Master Race
It’s Git-ting better all the time. I set up my own git repo on my server in order to manage my own version control a little privately.
It may have taken me a year, but I’ve finally figured out that I was wrong the whole time, and using git to handle deployments isn’t impossible, it’s just different, and it can totally be scripted.
Git’er Done! I sat and installed wp-cli on Friday and spent my Labor Day weekend messing with it.