A good command, which I should have learned when starting with Git, is the partial commit using git add -p <file>. This lets you decide which part of a file you want to add to the next commit. The following dialog lets you decide what to do with the given chunks: y yes - add it, n no - dont add it, s split the current part into smaller parts.
Very handy at the beginning when you change a lot of stuff, and need to create proper commit messages afterwards.
git add -p <file>
PS: I published a Git Cheat Sheet with the most common Git commands → pixelbrackets.github.io/git_cheat_...
yep literally only learnt this the other day, so useful 👌🏾
You could talk about the git commit -S that uses GPG key to sign a commit. I just set it up this years and it looks great on GitHub !
git commit -S
You could also do git config --global commit.gpgsign 'true' to make this persistent. You'll need to set user.signingkey too, though.
git config --global commit.gpgsign 'true'
That's really interesting! I will definitely check it out.
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