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1 StoreA English NULL
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Git Support Golf

A stupid game by Evan Coury to test and improve your git troubleshooting skills.

How to Play

A new round begins the moment a peer comes to you for help with a git problem.

  • The person asking for help may initially explain the nature of their problem, but not provide the output of any git commands at first.
  • Decide what par level the issue should be. Here are some examples:

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  • I am EvanDotPro on github.
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