Git 2.23.0: Forget about checkout, and switch to restore.

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Today, discussing at Blue Harvest the new article of Jay Rajani, I found out that the new improvements in usability of Git 2.23.0 are not much spread yet. Releases in established well-known open source projects like the Linux kernel, git or vim usually do not bring much new hot stuff for the common folks, but the changes in the last release of git are really something.




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Alberto de Murga

Software engineer at I write about tech, mostly *nix, JS & Go. Also life stuff, learning languages and hobbies.

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