[plt-dev] Look before you leap

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Fri May 21 14:33:22 EDT 2010

Do you realize that you wrote 57 pages. I laughed when someone said
"mangus opus" the other day, but it sure is. I want a

  	cheat sheet.

When I was young you could go to the college bookstore and buy a
one-page reference card for your favorite language, shell, etc.

I want one for GIT. Please!

On May 21, 2010, at 2:28 PM, Eli Barzilay wrote:

> On May 21, Carl Eastlund wrote:
>> Please, PLEASE, everyone who writes to our git repository: always
>> run 'git status' before you commit anything.  Both in svn and git,
>> we've had problems ranging from small annoyances to major bugs
>> coming from people committing when they didn't know what the version
>> control software thought was "the change".  If you run 'git status'
>> first, you'll know you haven't forgotten to include a file, restore
>> a change you meant to back out of, and so on.  Don't just 'git
>> commit' because it happens to work for you right then -- make sure
>> you are committing everything that makes it work!
>> From all of the rest of us who read your changes, thanks in advance!
> And read the text I wrote: http://tmp.barzilay.org/git.txt  Be  
> prepared
> for a quiz later this week.
> -- 
>          ((lambda (x) (x x)) (lambda (x) (x x)))          Eli  
> Barzilay:
>                    http://barzilay.org/                   Maze is  
> Life!
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