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Sep
3
comment Does Git have a “safe mode” to prevent rewriting history?
I'd like to see something like this too. Basically I'd like to provide those learning git a safer version, probably by just wrapping the command line and only exposing the basics: commit, pull, push, simple stuff. Force them out to full git for anything on this page: git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Tools-Rewriting-History Git is already a little harder to learn than other tools for having a local and remote repo to think about - worrying you might rebase instead of rollback is scary.
Apr
9
suggested suggested edit on What Is The Formula for the 3 of 9 Bar Code Alphabet?
Apr
9
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Apr
9
accepted What Is The Formula for the 3 of 9 Bar Code Alphabet?
Apr
8
comment What Is The Formula for the 3 of 9 Bar Code Alphabet?
Sadly it is G 000-11.
Apr
4
answered Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
Dec
31
awarded  Critic
Dec
31
comment Why aren't user-defined operators more common?
You're entitled to your opinion, but the fact you personally prefer methods over operators is a poor argument for why it should not be possible in a given programming language.
Oct
19
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Jun
16
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Jun
16
revised What Is The Formula for the 3 of 9 Bar Code Alphabet?
Added full list of codes
Jun
16
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Jun
15
asked What Is The Formula for the 3 of 9 Bar Code Alphabet?
Apr
21
comment git for personal (one-man) projects. Overkill?
It's only wasteful if you didn't mean to version the binary files. If you do need to version them, then the version history isn't waste. I think they're accidentally implying git bloats its version history when tracking binaries - that's incorrect. git.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/GitSvnComparsion
Apr
21
comment git for personal (one-man) projects. Overkill?
Git works just fine with binary files, the diffs are just less interesting. Fortunately diffing in git isn't exactly locked-down - if you can find a binary diff tool you love, you can use it with git pretty easily (from the command line)
Apr
19
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19
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Apr
19
answered git for personal (one-man) projects. Overkill?