Saturday, I am sitting at a Starbucks in Bangalore, trying my hands on a Golang project. I come across this argument -d in go get: The go CLI help says:
The -d flag instructs get to stop after downloading the packages; that is, it instructs get not to install the packages.
Long I have been procrastinating over this. Whenever I had to quit out of the Vim while doing git-rebase interactively I would be going over to a new terminal window, and perform git rebase --abort and then close the other window too.
Today, I learned if you ever want to quit Vim either while committing or rebasing, just do :cq. This quits Vim with an error code, and Git will abort the action....
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To use this option, you need to turn on the credential helper so that Git will save your password in memory for some time:
$ git config --global credential.helper cache # Set git to use the credential memory cache By default Git will cache your password for 15 minutes. You can change this if you like.
git config --global credential.helper 'cache --timeout=3600' # Set the cache to timeout after 1 hour (setting is in seconds) Ref: https://help....