ANN: unpyc3 - a python bytecode decompiler for Python3
cfkaran2 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 10:29:29 CET 2015
On Jan 28, 2015, at 5:02 PM, Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 8:52 AM, Devin Jeanpierre
> <jeanpierreda at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Git doesn't help if you lose your files in between commits, or if you
>> lose the entire directory between pushes.
> So you commit often and push immediately. Solved.
Just to expand on what Chris is saying, learn to use branches. I use git flow (), but you don't need it, plain old branches are fine. Then you can have a feature branch like 'Joes_current', or something similar which you and only you push/pull from. Whenever you're done with it, you can merge the changes back into whatever you & your group see as the real branch. That is the model I use at work, and it works fairly well, and its saved me once already when the laptop I was working on decided to die on me.
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