William Vaughn

The giteveryday manual review

The giteveryday(7) manual seeks to describe a minimal set of useful commands for everyday usage of git.

There really isn’t much of a reason to read this manual. I actually found it rather interesting, but only from an archaeology of software development point of view. It feels a bit outdated for a beginning programmer. It describes ways to email patches to developers, and apply patches from emails, as well as how to spin up a git daemon or a git web front-end. I recommend scanning this manual quickly for the example commands that are being described and only reading more if something catches your interest.

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