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The mechanism The terminal itself is not directly aware what processes receive SIGINT upon Ctrl+C. It sends the signal to the foreground process group. Then it's the kernel who delivers the signal to each member of the group. Usually there's also a shell, but the shell does not relay the signal; it only informs the terminal which process group is in the ...


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You need to set PROMPT_COMMAND. First, define a function that will run every time a new prompt is shown: function setps1() { PS1="\w $(git branch | grep '*') " } and assign it to PROMPT_COMMAND: PROMPT_COMMAND=setps1 Also check out projects such as liquidprompt.


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Yes you can if you use svn2git. “I don't think there is a way to convert the subversion information into Git information.” Nope… Yes you can! Just use the snv2git Ruby GEM: “svn2git is a tiny utility for migrating projects from Subversion to Git while keeping the trunk, branches and tags where they should be. It uses git-svn to clone an svn repository and ...


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SourceTree by Atlassian (JIRA/Confluence/BitBucket): https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ Free comfort GUI app for Windows/Mac OS X and you can autorefresh git/hg repos.


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The option you're looking for is --no-local. From the git-clone(1) documentation option for --local (emphasis mine): When the repository to clone from is on a local machine, this flag bypasses the normal "Git aware" transport mechanism and clones the repository by making a copy of HEAD and everything under objects and refs directories. The files ...


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First of all, it depends. If you've used a rebase-based workflow, then the obvious approaches aren't going to work, and you need something a little more complicated. However, if you're okay with that limitation, then here's how I'd do it (only lightly tested): #!/bin/sh tmpdir=$(mktemp -d) # Make sure we have all of the objects from the remote repository....


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As has been pointed out by others in this thread, the star does not automatically expand to file names in PowerShell. Thus, the command let get-childItem needs to be used, which explicitely tells PowerShell to expand wildcard characters. You want to put the result of get-childItem * into parentheses so that they are expanded before the entire git mv command ...


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I suggest you to use GitKraken to get such images. It is a Git GUI client for Windows, Mac and Linux. In it you have a nice visuals like the Commit History. There are more Git GUIs, such as: • SourceTree, available for free for Windows and MacOS. • Tower Here's a list of them from Git's official website and a list of them from Wikipedia that may be of help.


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