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whistler / import.sh
Created Mar 16, 2015
Copy files to another repository while saving git history
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# copied from http://gbayer.com/development/moving-files-from-one-git-repository-to-another-preserving-history/
git clone <git repository A url> # clone source repository
cd <git repository A directory>
git remote rm origin # to make sure it doesn't affect the original repository
git filter-branch --subdirectory-filter <directory 1> -- --all # remove all files other than the ones needed
mkdir <directory 1> # move them into another directory where they will be stored in the destination repository (if needed)
mv * <directory 1>
git add .
git commit
@fred
fred / clockwork_celluloid.rb
Created Jun 28, 2013
Running clockwork inside a Sidekiq Thread using Celluloid
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###
### Rails.root/lib/scheduler.rb
###
require 'celluloid/autostart'
module AwesomeRailsApp
class ClockworkScheduler
include Celluloid
include Clockwork
def run
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trongthanh / gist:2779392
Last active Nov 19, 2019
How to move a folder from one repo to another and keep its commit history
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# source: http://st-on-it.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-to-move-folders-between-git.html
# First of all you need to have a clean clone of the source repository so we didn't screw the things up.
git clone git://server.com/my-repo1.git
# After that you need to do some preparations on the source repository, nuking all the entries except the folder you need to move. Use the following command
git filter-branch --subdirectory-filter your_dir -- -- all
# This will nuke all the other entries and their history, creating a clean git repository that contains only data and history from the directory you need. If you need to move several folders, you have to collect them in a single directory using the git mv command.
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tmux cheatsheet

As configured in my dotfiles.

start new:

tmux

start new with session name:

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