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Git Bug Cheatsheet

git bug: A distributed bug tracker that uses Git’s internal storage, so no files are added in your project. You may submit your problems to the same Git remote you use to interact with others, much like commits and branches. Create a new identity: git bug user create Create a new bug: git bug add You can push your new entry to a remote: git bug push You can pull for updates:

Gitwatch Cheatsheet

gitwatch: Automatically commit file or directory changes to a Git repository. Automatically commit any changes made to a file or directory: gitwatch path/to/file_or_directory Automatically commit changes and push them to a remote repository: gitwatch -r remote_name path/to/file_or_directory Automatically commit changes and push them to a specific branch of a remote repository: gitwatch -r remote_name -b branch_name path/to/file_or_directory For more information, check the repo: . I hope this post helps you.

Git Secret Cheatsheet

git secret stores private data inside a Git repository. Written in Bash. Initialize git-secret in a local repository: git secret init Grant access to the current Git user’s email: git secret tell -m Grant access by email: git secret tell email Revoke access by email: git secret killperson email List emails with access to secrets: git secret whoknows Register a secret file: git secret add path/to/file Encrypt secrets: git secret hide Decrypt secret files:

Git Flow Cheatsheet

git flow is a collection of Git extensions to provide high-level repository operations. Initialize it inside an existing Git repository: git flow init Start developing on a feature branch based on develop: git flow feature start feature Finish development on a feature branch, merging it into the develop branch and deleting it: git flow feature finish feature Publish a feature to the remote server: git flow feature publish feature Get a feature published by another user:

Gitmoji Cheatsheet

gitmoji: Interactively insert emojis on commits. Start the commit wizard: gitmoji --commit Initialize the Git hook (so gitmoji will be run every time git commit is run): gitmoji --init Remove the Git hook: gitmoji --remove List all available emojis and their descriptions: gitmoji --list Search emoji list for a list of keywords: gitmoji --search keyword1 keyword2 Update cached list of emojis from main repository: gitmoji --update Configure global preferences: gitmoji --config For more information, check its GitHub repo: https://github.

Convert Sgi to Pnm

sgitopnm is a tool to convert an SGI file to a PNM file. Convert an SGI image to a PNM file: sgitopnm path/to/input.sgi > path/to/output.pnm Display information about the SGI file: sgitopnm -verbose path/to/input.sgi > path/to/output.pnm Extract channel n of the SGI file: sgitopnm -channel n path/to/input.sgi > path/to/output.pnm For more information, check its docs: . I hope this post helps you. If you know a person who can benefit from this information, send them a link of this post.

Gitlab Cheatsheet

gitlab 🔗 Ruby wrapper for the GitLab API. Create a new project: gitlab create_project project_name Get info about a specific commit: gitlab commit project_name commit_hash Get info about jobs in a CI pipeline: gitlab pipeline_jobs project_name pipeline_id Start a specific CI job: gitlab job_play project_name job_id gitlab-runner 🔗 Manage GitLab runners. Register a runner: sudo gitlab-runner register --url <> --registration-token token --name name Register a runner with a Docker executor:

Git Extras Cheatsheet | release, scp, fork, alias, bulk, clear, repl, squash, ..

git extras 🔗 Git extension pack. Install or upgrade git-extras commands: git extras update Display help: git extras --help Display version: git extras --version git clear-soft 🔗 Clear a Git working directory as if it was freshly cloned with the current branch excluding files in .gitignore. Reset all tracked files and delete all untracked files: git clear-soft git release 🔗 Create a Git tag for a release. Create and push a release:

Git Cheatsheet | Distributed Version Control System

git 🔗 Distributed version control system. Execute a Git subcommand: git subcommand Execute a Git subcommand on a custom repository root path: git -C path/to/repo subcommand Execute a Git subcommand with a given configuration set: git -c 'config.key=value' subcommand Display help: git --help Display help for a specific subcommand (like clone, add, push, log, etc.): git help subcommand Display version: git --version git submodule 🔗 Inspects, updates and manages submodules.

kubectl Cheatsheet | Kubernetes

kubectl 🔗 kubectl is a command-line interface for running commands against Kubernetes clusters. List information about a resource with more details: kubectl get pod|service|deployment|ingress|... -o wide Update specified pod with the label ‘unhealthy’ and the value ’true’: kubectl label pods name unhealthy=true List all resources with different types: kubectl get all Display resource (CPU/Memory/Storage) usage of nodes or pods: kubectl top pod|node Print the address of the master and cluster services: