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Automated bug finding with git bisect and mvn test

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Do you know the feeling when you discover a bug in a functionality that was working couple of weeks (or versions) ago? Too bad we didn’t have any automated tests and what used to be fine, now is broken. Let’s take this simple repository as an example:   Write test first We noticed that some particular functionality was OK in ...

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Trigger Continuous Delivery every GitHub commit

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Crucial piece of puzzle when developing web application is Continuous Delivery. Testers or users can by early access to alpha version contribute to development process. Design,  requirements, architecture or performance problems can be catched much sooner. I am going to show how to set up this process with usage of Maven and Jenkins. Target environment is hosted on Tomcat7. Source ...

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Creating beautiful release notes with git, gradle and markdown

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During the last days I asked myself how to generated releases notes from information that are available in commit  / tag messages from git. The decisions My first approach was to create the list of changes directly from the commit messages, but this approach has multiple drawbacks.         The commit messages must be written very disciplined An ...

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GIT & ZShell : Colorize your shell depending on your branch

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As announced in my last post I asked my colleague Tillman if I’m allowed to post his nice extension for the zshell (as you may have concluded he gives his OK! ). And here it is:               # Required to have the colour names autoload colors zsh/terminfo if [[ "$terminfo[colors]" -ge 8 ]]; then colors fi ...

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Changing commit message in Git

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Introduction Git is distributed version control system and now-a-days, it is de facto version control system for number of open source and closed source software projects, including Eclipse. Git is amazing tool to use and has lot of flexibility. Talking about flexibility, i was amazed by an interesting feature of git, that it allows you to edit and change previous ...

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A beginner’s guide to Git feature branches

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Why Git The proprietary software shaped the Version Control Systems (VCS) to fit its requirements: the project has a strict release schedule the team is collocated the sprint goals are well-defined and the focus goes to a limited number of stories branching is usually reserved for releases or risky development features the centralized server is hidden from the outside world ...

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Git flow with Jenkins and GitLab

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At work I recently transitioned from TFS to using Git as our source control management. After introducing the team to Git we also established a common workflow on how we wanted to have Git integrate with Jenkins and GitLab. Below is our current implementation. Git branching strategies Git branching strategies are guidelines on how to use git’s branching mechanism for ...

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Migrating from a Subversion repository to GitHub

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One of greatest attractions of GitHub is the community and the tooling that allows this community to share code. Each contributor can clone the repository, make their changes and then send you a pull request. As the project maintainer your job is now a whole lot easier and more manageable. No more patch files to worry about. Follow the recipe ...

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An Introduction to the JGit Sources

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JGit is a pure Java library implementing the Git version control system. It is an Eclipse project and started out as the Git library for EGit, which provides a Git integration into Eclipse. Meanwhile JGit has further adopters like in Gerrit, GitBlit, GitClient Plugin for Jenkins (work in progress), … Its permissive license, few dependencies and low requirements make it ...

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Signing Git tags

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One of Git’s interesting features is definitely the ability to sign tags. Using your GPG key-pair you can create a signed tag. Anyone with your public key can verify that you are the true creator of that tag. Why you should sign your tags As Git is a distributed version control system (DVCS) you need a to verify the source ...

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