- Ry’s Git Tutorial
- Try Git
- Peter Cottle's "Learn Git Branching"
- The Git Users' Mailing List
- Git Flow
- GitHub Flow
- Treehouse (online learning)
- Atlassian’s Git blog posts
- GitHub's Free Office Hours
- Jinja templates
If you want to see the help for git-status, you can do either of these:
git status --help
git help statusOn Windows/Msysgit, the default is to always open the web page. If you are on Mac or Linux, you can append -w to the above commands.
If you always want to see the web pages (so you can leave out -w), you can do:
git config --global help.format webOn my Mac, Lynx was the default browser for some reason, so I had to configure it to use the OSX `open` command (for html files) instead:
git config --global web.browser openOn my Ubuntu machine, I had to configure it like this to use Google Chrome (Firefox was default):
git config --global web.browser google-chromeI also had to clone the docs into this location (not the one according to the GitHub help pages above):
/usr/share/doc/git/html/See git-web--browse docs for more info.
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