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Popular git config options

Yeah, another hightlight from HN. This time Julia Evans (I have her in my syndication list, but saw her post from HN), shared a very interesting list of pupular git config options, source

My favorite was:

git config --global merge.conflictStyle zdiff3

which shows the conflicts using this format:

<<<<<<< HEAD
def parse(input):
    return input.split("\n")
||||||| b9447fc
def parse(input):
    return input.split("\n\n")
def parse(text):
    return text.split("\n\n")
>>>>>>> somebranch

The section between |||||| and ==== is the code before the HEAD and somebranch which is really cool to see because normally you can’t decide without knowing how it was before.

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