Github Cross-linking issues, commits, and more

Part of what makes GitHub great for collaborative software projects is its support for linking disparate pieces of information together. Some of this happens automatically, such as when you create a pull request from a series of commits on a branch. Other times, you can use the interface to manually link pull requests or projects […]

What is git blame?

Despite its ominous name, git blame is a command that displays the commit history for a file. It makes it easy for you to see who made what changes and when. This makes it a lot easier to track down other people who have worked on a file in order to seek out their input […]