alix brunsperger

Joined on Dec 3rd 2017


  • I really like the "git add -p", which i use on every commit i make. It really helps to check if you've forgotten some traces in your code. Just one small precision, "git add -p" ignore new files created. So don't forget to make a "git status" to see if all your changes are ready for commit ! I was really boring to make a commit assuming that every thing was in, switch branch, beginning some coding, make a git stash because it has to be remade in another way and then fund that my new created files in the first commit have gone :/