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Jan/16

Git Submodule v.s Subtree

Overview Incorporating libraries that are separately version controlled but requiring it as a dependency can be done in git but there are different ways of doing it. As an example I have used Git’s submodule and subtree. I started with … Continue reading

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Nov/14

Github Over HTTPS

Github defaults to using the default SSH port (22) but it can be reconfigured to use HTTPS port 443. To test this run the following command: ssh -T -p 443 git@ssh.github.com The above -p 443 parameter tells SSH to connect … Continue reading

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Aug/14

Checkout Specific Files From Git

Overview From Git 1.7 it is possible to checkout specific files from a repository. The feature in Git is called sparse checkout. How To Create a repository: git init myRepo where myRepo is the directory to create the new repository. … Continue reading

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Feb/14

Setting Github Repository

Overview This article will walkthrough setting up a Github repository and using a Ubuntu Desktop environment to perform push and pull requests. Pre-Requisits It is assumed you have an account on Github already at http://github.com. It is also assumed you … Continue reading

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Sep/13

energy@home With CurrentCost IAMs

It’s been a while since I’ve done a write up on the energy@home project so I thought I’d write something up. There have been few minor tweaks since the last post including some user contribution especially from systems using multiple … Continue reading