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Discussion on: How I Set Up Git Aliases on Bash

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These are great, Jess! Thank you!

To add my $.02, to get specifica about the "separate alias file" I would recommend putting these in the .bash_aliases file (one may not exist on your system, but the default .bashrc (at least in Ubuntu) has a command that will load it if it exists. It then makes the aliases more portable, in my opinion.