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codvlpr
2y

*about to push an experimental block of code*

my brain:
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
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don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it
don’t do it

Me: “git push -u origin master”

Comments
  • 8
    Nah, that's just living on the edge. Everybody does it. I think.

    Living truly dangerously is putting a '-f' on that git push...
  • 0
    Soo how did it turn out? :P
  • 2
    yeah, how did it turn out?
    Also: if I push to master, I will get scalped.
  • 1
    He dead?
  • 0
    I always just use the master branch.
    Personal projects. What can ya do? *shrugs*
  • 1
    @-ANGRY-CLIENT- don't you ever wanna test out a feature first before committing to master? I get it that there's no need to use a full git workflow, but I usually just use branches branching directly off from master to test stuff out
  • 2
    @CoffeeNcode I use it as a back up versioning software with a "Cloud".
    Talking about gitlab.
    I am putting my projects online right into master.
    Before each commit, I test them on my local machine first.

    1. Code
    2. Test
    3. Push to remote master
    4. Repeat
  • 1
    Well, at least you didn't git push -f
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