Tag Archives: git
By Nate Murray | Published: June 10, 2009
Just released: git-style-binaries ruby gem. Checkout the README on github. Checkout the screencast.
By Nate Murray | Published: November 7, 2008
sake advantages sake is a tool for system-wide rake tasks. It was created by Chris Wanstrath and is now maintained by postmodern. It provides a handy way to distribute generally-useful rake tasks. The advantage of sake over, say, a script in ~/bin is that 1) you have a predictable interface and 2) its easy to [...]
By Nate Murray | Published: July 23, 2008
Since my upgrade to OS X 10.5 I have been having a terrible time getting colors to work with git. Originally I was using OS X 10.5.4, git version 126.96.36.199, and iTerm or Terminal.app. $TERM=xterm or xterm-color. I have color with PS1, ls, vim and most git tasks. However, git diff (or git show) always [...]