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Eddu is a Peruvian software engineer. He is interested in Java, Spring Framework and Mule ESB. He is also very enthusiastic to learn new stuff.

Git Remove Commit Example

In this example, we shall show how to remove commits from our git’s log history. As we can see, we can commit every time we want because these commits will persist in our local machine and nobody can access to them if push have not been performed to the git central repository. Commit every change is really good but what ...

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Git Undo Merge Example

In the previous example, we have talked about Git Merge Conflict Example. Merge process sometimes can be automatized or can required human interaction and when this happens, few times, problems come around. In this topic, we shall cover about how to unmerge a branch taking advantage of Git’s power. What exactly is undo merge? Well, if merge is the process ...

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Git Merge Conflict Example

We are not living in a perfect world. There are conflicts everywhere even in our code. In this example, we shall learn how to deal with these conflicts in our code. Merge is the process to integrate changes from another branch to our current working branch. This task require communication with our teammates. In most cases, Git know what to ...

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Git Commit Amend Example

In the previous post Git “Hello World” Example we learnt some basic steps about Git. In this example, we shall show how to edit commit messages. 1. Context As a developers, we perform commits all the time while we are in the development process, adding new features, tests, documentation and so on. But, there are some cases when we forgot to add ...

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Git “Hello World” Example

In this example we shall show you how to start with Git. Git is a Version Control System (VCS) like CVS or Subversion but with one big difference it is not central repository, it is distributed. First, we shall install git. You can download the installer to any O.S. from git-scm site here. Also, we will need an GitHub account in order ...

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