Posh-git for Powershell

I don’t know how I discovered this, but it is all but indispensable now… A PowerShell environment for Git http://dahlbyk.github.io/posh-git/ When you are in a local git repo, posh-git shows you basic output of the “git status” command. ¬†For example: C:\users\hxchba\dropbox\posh-git [cbMods +1 ~2 -0 !]> Displayed are the branch name, count of untracked files, …

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Sharing configuration files

Update: Git has a very useful ‘include’ facility to make sharing common configuration a pretty simple process. In your ~\.gitconfig: [include] path = “c:/users/charles/dropbox/git/commonConfig” Place this line early in .gitconfig; any settings in the common config file that need to be overridden on a particular computer can be included later in the local .gitconfig. Be …

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