git top links: 2010-1

Hi,

Here are four months into one.

  1. Tower, the most powerful Git client for Mac (89): Interesting new and powerful git client
  2. Introductory Guide to Git Version Control System (51): Thorough indoductory guide
  3. A collection of useful .gitignore templates (45): C, C++, Python, every language has different common .gitignore templates
  4. The Designer’s Guide to Git or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Repository. (24)
  5. Git info in your ZSH Prompt (21)
  6. Git Supervisual Cheatsheet (16): Simple and colorful cheatsheet
  7. Classy Git (15): Another great presentation from Scott Chacon
  8. Get Started with Git (14): Very nice article introducing Git and DSCM in general by Al Shaw
  9. Gitifier; Git commit notifier for MacOSX (14)
  10. Getting Good with Git! (28)
  11. git-achievements: Earn geeky merit badges while learning Git (13)
  12. RubyDrop (12): “RubyDrop is my first ever Ruby project that aims to be an open-source, roll-your-own, Dropbox clone. It uses Git as the backend for file tracking and remote syncing.”
  13. gitmodel (12): “An ActiveModel-compliant persistence framework for Ruby that uses Git for versioning and remote syncing.”
  14. Slaying dragons with git, bash, and ruby (11): Tricks to use git hooks to prevent bad commits
  15. libgit2 (11): “libgit2 is a portable, pure C implementation of the Git core methods provided as a re-entrant linkable library with a solid API, allowing you to write native speed custom Git applications in any language which supports C bindings.”
  16. Version Control for Designers (10)

Japanese

  1. link (23)
  2. link (11)
  3. link (9)
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