ForgeFed is an upcoming federation protocol for enabling interoperability between version control services. It’s built as an extension to the ActivityPub protocol, allowing users of any ForgeFed-compliant service to interact with the repositories hosted on other instances.
Using it could enable building federated repository / vcs systems mirroring github/gitlab, or other implementations
I came across this exact issue while trying to come up with a solid set of flags to use with ctrlp in vim. I ended up settling on rg --hidden --glob '!.git' which does what I want and, since it lives in my .vimrc, I don't mind the verbosity. I do think it's surprising to find rg searching through the .git directory but I can also understand the mental model of rg not wanting to be "git aware" or any other VCS for that matter.
Commit history (preferably of a non-pushed path, since it rewrites hashes) can be edited; useful for feature branches with useless commits / debug messages / strange orders and so on -- things which happen during committing, but should not stay in the end-product.
An introductory guide and resource for Git hooks. Learn how to use pre-commit hooks, post-commit hooks, post-receive hooks, and more. Created by Matthew Hudson, a programmer experimenting with combing Git + WebHooks + Webpipes.
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