Ken Muse

Distributing Templates with GitHub
Having templates for your company or your personal projects can improve your development life and enable collaboration. In order to take full advantage of this, we need to make the packages we've created available to the rest of our team. To do this, we need a package management solution, such as GitHub Packages.

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Custom .NET Item Templates

Custom .NET Item Templates

Part of DevOps is supporting the people and processes with the right tools. There is one tool that is particularly powerful for organizations — reusable templates that make it easy to share best practices for new files and projects. In today's post, we'll explore creating a template that uses dotnet new to package and distribute a file.

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Git Line Staging & Patch Editing
Continuing with last week's post, we're going to explore how to take interactive staging (line staging) one step further in Git. Sometimes you need complete control over the process of selecting which lines to commit. Perhaps you need fine control over what code is being committed. Perhaps you just want to organize what's in the commit. Today, we continue the exploration of this feature by learning how to edit what we're staging.

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Git Line Staging

Git Line Staging

The latest preview of Visual Studio 2022 has introduced interactive staging and the ability to stage and commit a subset of a file. Today we'll examine how you can use the Git command line to choose to commit parts of files.

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Configuring Git's Text Editor

Configuring Git's Text Editor

Several of the more powerful features of Git are only exposed from the command-line interface. However, some of these features rely on being able to invoke a text editor. In today's post, we walk through how to associate a text editor with Git.

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