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Git

Insanely Awesome Web Interface for Your Git Repos

May 22, 2012

Almost 80-90 people visit How To: Install and Configure GitWeb everyday in search of setting up a web interface for their git repositories. Though gitweb is nice, it’s a bit painful to setup and the web interface is not that appealing. The other day I received this email from Klaus Silveira Hello Kulbir, I saw your article [...]

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Getting Started With Git

May 17, 2012

I have been using Git for years now and I am still a novice user. Actually, if you are an individual developer or work in a really small team, you don’t really need to go beyond using the basic stuff like cloning a repo, committing code, branching and pushing back to the origin repo. And [...]

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Summer Hacking

May 12, 2012

Summer has already started and we (a small group of current and ex-IIITians in Hyderabad) are planning to have some fun digging into Ruby on Rails and related technologies. If you are also interested in utilizing your summer in a productive and fun way, you can join us and share your knowledge while learning from [...]

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How To: Install and Use Twython (Python Wrapper for Twitter API)

September 5, 2009

As promised in my previous post, here is a brief howto on getting started with twython. The main advantage of Twython over several other python (or any other language) wrappers for Twitter API is that it works even when you are behind your organizations proxy. Download Twython You can download latest version of twython from [...]

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How To: Install and Configure GitWeb

January 28, 2009

UPDATE : I recommend using GitList instead of GitWeb. GitList is much easier to setup and has a better web interface. Continue reading this post if you looking for GitWeb setup instructions specifically. Goal Setting up gitweb (web interface for SCM software git) for your project’s git repository for public access and developer commits via [...]

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