Tuesday 29th October, 2013
7:40pm to 7:40pm
I have an itch to scratch: I want to quickly browse a branch or a file on Github. One problem though: I spend 85% of my time in the terminal. That's why (admittedly badly named) git-browse was born.
In this short talk I will quickly explain why git-browse is written in bash, how you can integrate it with vim etc.
One of the key stakeholders at @heynomnom. I have opinions. Proud owner of Akai MPC 500. Clojure, Ruby and Bash wrangler. bio from Twitter
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