Enable Git auto-complete on Mac terminals

I have been using Ubuntu for most of my development works for a long time. But recently I also started working on a Mac on one of my projects. This was the first time I was using it. Most of the things felt homely but the first thing that caught my attention was, there no auto-complete feature available on the terminal for Git commands. Git is the first step to start working on any project, so this small thing was what I wanted to fix on Mac. I asked few of my fellow Mac using friends but they said it

Sublime for Programmers - JavaScript and JS Frameworks

These days Javascript frameworks are part of, most of the development projects. We have to work on various JS frameworks over the period. Having good extensions/plugins added to our editor really makes our life easy and improve developer's development speed. So here I am listing some of the Sublime Text editor packages which are must for JavaScript and JS framework based projects. We use Sublime Text editor in our organization in most of the projects. Generally, people who are working in open source technologies are familiar with Sublime Text editor very well. However, people who are new to open

An interactive shell for git

[git-sh][1] (git shell) is an interactive shell for git and its new way to use Git. git-sh provides a dedicated shell just for our Git commands. Installing git-sh: $ sudo apt-get install git-sh Start a shell with git-sh: $ cd liquor $ git-sh master!liquor *> At its simplest, git-sh saves you from typing the word git over and over. We are familier with these type of git commands: $ git status $ git add -p $ git commit $ git push With git-sh this gets easier: $ git-sh master!liquor *> status master!liquor *> add -p master!liquor *> commit -m "message" master!

Avoid Username and password while pushing git commits.

Avoid git prompt for password Locate the file ~/.netrc on linux based system (generally its hidden file in Home folder). Add following details in this file for github. machine github.com    login < username >    password < password > and save it On next git pull, git push, it will not prompt for username/password. Attached sample ~/.netrc file

Git aliases and load it through a file in to terminal

Git Aliases and set it up in UNIX I have created a list of git aliases that can be used in our day to day work. Most of us might have configured this. But I have listed few more aliases that are normally not used. like 'ggr' # Add and Removes alias "ga"='git add' alias "gai"='git add -i' alias 'grm'='git rm' alias 'gra'='git remote add' alias "grr"='git remote rm' # Commit and Pushes alias "gcm"='git commit -m' alias "gca"='git commit -am' alias "gp"='git push' alias "gpu"='git pull' alias "gpo"='git push origin' alias

Hub - create a new github repo!

hub is a command line tool that wraps git in order to extend it with extra features and commands that make working with GitHub easier. Install $ gem install hub $ hub hub standalone > ~/bin/hub && chmod +x ~/bin/hub check successful installation with $hub version Create a new github repo demo-project$ git create [NAME] [-p] [-d DESCRIPTION] [-h HOMEPAGE] annotations -p create a private repository -d set the repository's description -h set the homepage URL This will create a new public GitHub repository from the current git repository and add remote origin at "git@github.com:USER/REPOSITORY.git"