Category Archives: GIT

REPOST – Speed up GIT via ssh with a simple config change

This is a repost of the awesome post from interrobeng.com where he was able to speed up GIT pull from Singapore EC2 against Github from 5~ seconds to 1~ second or so for the basic configuration and even less than … Continue reading

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Sample Bash Scripting

Sometimes, repeating tasks are annoying especially if the process takes time. This is what happens with my current routine. My supervisor wants to see the immediate changes into our staging server, but my local repository is four steps away from … Continue reading

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GIT – Restore Delete Files

I have written before about removing deleted files from a GIT repo. Today, I need to restore deleted files (on working copy) from the repo. This means that the files are in the repo, but are deleted in the working … Continue reading

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GIT – List modified files between revisions

As a GIT user, I need to know what files are modified between revisions before uploading it to a live server where no sort of revision control is possible. Since I do a lot of small commits, revision range will … Continue reading

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Dc Modeling For Zend Framework

For those adventurous and want to play with codes, I have published Dc Modeling for Zend Framework. It is a modeling library (just few files) that allows easy interaction with data, validations, filters and views. It is based on Kohana’s … Continue reading

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GIT – Remove Deleted Files

I searched the internet on how to removed already deleted files from a GIT repository. That is because I get annoyed of having so many deleted files that I need to delete one by one. I can manage to delete … Continue reading

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Working with Github

I’m using Cygwin in the office for most of the Linux based tasks and one of them is using git. I’ve been trying to use my github account but failed several times. Finally, I have come up with the solution … Continue reading

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Working Both GIT and SVN

SVN in the office, GIT at home. That is my current setup. How is it possible? Simple, GIT is so flexible that it can mingle with SVN very well. This is how I actually do it. GIT at home First, … Continue reading

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Working with GIT

Been a SVN user when I started building serious projects. SVN is a centralized source control management software available for most platforms. It works fine for me for several months of work. It just works! However, there comes a time … Continue reading

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