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Valter Martinek

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why would you git pull before you want to push?

You pull something, work on it, and when you are done, then you pull, check if everything is working and push.

Why would i resolve problems with remote changes multiple times a day if i'm not done with what i'm working on?

Posted to 'git pull' is evil! over 1 year ago

You are quoting stack overflow post that say you should never use this approach unless you are sure that nobody pulled from your branch. This post is really confusing.

Also I guess you should not merge your develop directly to master but rather use release branch for that.

Posted to One line browser notepad over 1 year ago

You can use textarea and make it "invisible" if you want autofocus.

data:text/html, <textarea style="font-size: 1.5em; width: 100%; height: 100%; border: none; outline: none" autofocus />
Posted to Git: LOC Added and Removed over 1 year ago

Nice one.

You are missing ' at the end of first code block.

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