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Cheatsheet for git, rails, unix etc.

Jsonb AR querying:

Git

  • Version of git

    git --version

  • View user name and email for current user:

    git config user.name

    git config user.email

  • Change user name and email for current repository:

    git config user.name "Gagan"

    git config user.email "blah@blah.com"

  • Change user name and email for all repositories:

    git config --global user.name "Gagan"

    git config --global user.email "blah@blah.com"

  • Set the colors for git:

    git config --global color.ui true

  • Set default pager for git

    #Default is less. Setting to '' will stop the use of pager
    git config --global core.pager ''
    
Remote
  • Add a git remote:

    git remote add <remote-name> gt@giturl.git

  • Remove a git remote:

    git remote rm <remote-name>

  • View git remotes: git remote -v

Pulling, adding, committing and related commands
  • To add the same file in patches, so that they can be committed under different commits:

    git add filename -p

  • To stage all the files that are delete locally:

    git rm $(git ls-files --deleted)

  • To see the difference of files that are staged

    git diff --cached or git diff --staged

  • To see more context than just 3 lines in a git diff

    git diff -U7

  • To change your last commit message do

    git commit --amend

  • To push from a branch to github do

    git push origin <local-branchname>(:<remote-branchname>)

  • Dry run your push

    git push --dry-run origin <local-branchname>(:<remote-branchname>)

    It is often better to test out what changes will happen with you push. The options to use to do that is --dry-run

Listing files
  • deleted files:

    git ls-files --deleted

  • all untracked files:

    git ls-files -o

  • all files that git has ignored:

    git ls-files --exclude-standard

  • untracked files that git doesn't ignore (i.e. all new files):

    git ls-files --other --exclude-standard

  • Files that match a pattern:

    git ls-files vendor*

  • Removing ignored file from the repository:

    To delete a file from the repository but keep it in your working directory (this might come in handy when the file has been ignored)

    git rm --cached <file>

Clean

Remove untracked files dry run: git clean -n

clean untacked files

git clean -f

OR rm -r $(git ls-files --other --exclude-standard)

clean untracked files and directories

git clean -f -d

git clean untraced files including ignored files

git clean -f -x

options -d removes directory -n dry-run, -f force, -x remove files ignored by .gitignore

Reverting
  • To revert changes done to a particular file in a particular commit you can use the command.

    git checkout <sha-of-commit> <path-to-file>

Checkout
  • When in the middle of conflict while merging branches

    And you want to keep the changes in a file as the were in the trunk:

    git checkout --ours index.html

    or you want to keep changes in a file as they were in the branch:

    git checkout --theirs layouts/default.html

tagging
  • Adding a tag git tag -a '<tag-number>' -m 'tag-message'

  • push all tags git push --tags

  • delete tag locally git tag -d <tag-number>

  • delete a tag in the repository that has been remove locally git push origin :refs/tags/<tag-number>

  • add a tag to the sha git tag <tag-number> <sha-of-commit> -m "message of tag"

branching & merging
  • To see all branches including all branches (ie local and remote):

    git branch -a

  • To create a new branch from a particular commit that exists in the log of current branch

    git branch branchname sha-of-commit

  • Delete a branch in repository that is deleted locally

    git push origin :feature/sass i.e. add colon before the branch name

  • Create a branch from a previous commit: git branch branchname <sha1-of-commit>

  • List existing remote branches: git ls-remote --heads

  • Use a mergetool to help resolve conflicts git mergetool

gui
  • Git's Graphical user interface git gui
bisect
  • Find the commit that introduces a bug using git bisect. See http://robots.thoughtbot.com/git-bisect git bisect start

    git bisect good <sha-of-good-commit>

    git bisect bad <sha-of-bad-commit>

    git bisect run rspec spec/features/my_broken_spec.rb #To automate the bisect feature.

Log
  • To view recent commit on the current branch with each commit on one line git log --pretty=oneline

    git ref log

  • View changes in one branch that do not exist in the other git log branch1 --not branch2

  • You can use the -- option in git log to see the commit history for a file, even if you have deleted the file git log -- [file_path]

    See http://www.vogella.com/tutorials/Git/article.html#retrievefiles_finddeletedfile

Heroku:

  • To push develop to heroku

    git push heroku develop:master

  • Add a remote to heroku repo url

    heroku git:remote -a appname

  • Get a local dump for a pg database on heroku:

    curl -o latest.dump $(heroku pgbackups:url)

  • Get pgbackup url

    heroku pgbackups:url

  • Restore pg database from a url:

    • NOTE: If you are going to restore a whole database from a dump, it makes sense to first clobber the existing one using heroku pg:reset. You can potentially hit some migratino problems otherwise.

    heroku pgbackups:restore CRIMSON 'http://s3.url.com' --remote staging

  • To drop / reset the database

    heroku pg:reset DATABASE

  • Deleting precompiled assets to force all assets to get precompiled again

    heroku repo:purge_cache -a appname

  • See running sql statements on the database:

    heroku pg:ps --app dg-api-production

Node and npm

  • Upgrading npm

    [sudo] npm i -g npm

  • To make sure my local npm files are in alignment with the the files in the respository:

    npm i -g npm
    rm -rf node_modules/
    npm i
    
    • To install a package to a specific version and update package.json and package-lock.json see following example:
      npm install eslint@4.18.2
    

    Learn more about --save and --save-dev to make updates locally to node_modules when running the aforementioned command.

    • Audit security issues:
    npm audit
    

    To fix security issues use

    npm audit fix
    
    • Running eslint I had trouble running eslint using npm run eslint. I also had trouble runniing it with ./node_modules//bin/eslint . .

    I had to run it using ./node_modules/bin/eslint app/ --ext es6.

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PRY

  • ls (list methods) in self
  • ls —grep finds specific names
  • cd <object> cds into the object... ie that is the new self.
  • ? (show-doc) Class#method / object.method
  • $ (show-method) Class#method / object.method
  • next (next line without stepping through function calls)
  • step (next line respecting function call)
  • play -l 6 (play line number 6... same as copyig and pasting that line)
  • edit (opens up the editor to edit the file) / edit -m (edit current method)
  • edit <method> edits the specific method
  • try-again (I think that is a part of pry-rescue which re-runs the specific failing? test or rails request)
  • break <method> break on the method
  • break -d 1 disable first breakpoint.
  • up / down (go and and down the call stack)
  • whereami (get information on where you are in the call stack)
  • _ex_ recently raised exception
  • _file_ (last required file)
  • binding.pry open pry within the current binding
  • _ex_.bractrace gives backtrace of the exception
  • wtf gives first five lines of the backtrace
  • wtf??? with increasing question marks gives increasing lines of backtrace.
  • exit-program exit all future breakpoints and the current running process.

Bundler

  • Find inverse dependencies of a gem gem dependency <gemname> --reverse-dependencie

  • Edit installed gem in bundler

    export BUNDLER_EDITOR=mvim && bundle open gemname

  • List out all the gems that will be updated if you run the bundle update command: bundle outdated

  • clean out all the unrequired gems under certain conditions.

    bundle clean

To read more about it you can try:  http://patshaughnessy.net/2011/11/5/besides-being-faster-what-else-is-new-in-bundler-1-1

Rake

  • List all possible rake tasks rake -T

  • To see routes: bundle exec rake routes

  • To list all the middleware bundle exec rake middleware

Rails

  • Start the rails server with debugger options

    rails server --debugger

  • To test out some code without changing any data:

    rails console --sandbox Any modifications that are made will be rolled back on exit.

Rails Generators

igrations:

  • To migrate:

    rake db:migrate

  • To go back one migration:

    rake db:rollback

  • To go back two migrations:

    rake db:rollback STEP=2

  • Adding a column

    rails generate migration AddActiveToNews active:boolean

  • Adding paperclip columns:

    rails generate migration add_paperclip_columns_to_my_model image_file_name:string image_content_type:string image_file_size:integer image_updated_at:datetime

  • Mailers:

To automatically generate mailer and associated directories

rails generate mailer MyMailer

RubyGems

  • Create a gem executible gem build scriptura.gemspec
  • Publish a gem gem push <gem-file-name example gem push scriptura-0.0.3.gem

HTTParty

  • Making an Http get request using tokens:

     HTTParty.get("http://api.local.dg:3000/v0/collections/wjfmvjzo/resources", :query => {"page[number]" => '1', "page[size]" => '366'}, :headers => {'Authorization' => "Token token=\"api-token\""})
    

Local bootstrap:
Use: FILE=/Users/gagan/projects/desiring-god-new/db/dumps/dg_production_a926_20161228T103557-0600.dump rake db:bootstrap

RVM

  • To get the information about all possibilities of using the rvm command:

    rvm

  • To see a list of installed rubies:

    rvm list; #My terminal does not show the system installed ruby with this command

  • To go to the system installed version of rvm

    rvm system

  • To make system version of ruby default ,

    rvm system --default

  • to uninstall rvm

    rvm implode apparently

Unix

Grep

Excluding directories in your grep

When it is in the current directory:

grep -r -F "Date" . --exclude-dir={.git,tmp,log,vendor}

When it is in the tree but not the current directory

grep -r -F "Date" . --exclude="*spec/cassettes*"

Curl

Only get headers from the url

curl -s -D - https://www.desiringgod.org -o /dev/null

Only get headers from the url behind http digest auth

curl -s -D - http://staging.desiringgod.org -o /dev/null --digest -u <username>

Then enter password. or try:

curl -s -D - https://dgbeta.org -o /dev/null --digest -u <username>:<password>

Bash

Run command multiple times: for i in {1..10}; do commandNameHere; done http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/bsd-appleosx-linux-bash-shell-run-command-n-times/

find and replace

find and replace recursively within a folder:

perl -p -i -e 's/oldstring/newstring/g' `find ./ -name '*.rb'` or

perl -p -i -e 's/oldstring/newstring/g' `grep -ril oldstring *`

Replace backreference with lower case:

  • \l change the case
  • \L also changes the case

Using a variable to replace existing matching expression

  • Following script changes ResourceType.find('Article), or ResourceType.find('Books') to ResourceType.find('articles') ResourceType.find('books') perl -p -i -e "s/ResourceType.find\('(.)/ResourceType.find('\l\$1/g" spec/redirectors/v_2014/resource_library_spec.rb

  • Following script replaces %r{<something>} to hello(<something>) in lib/scripts
    perl -p -i -e "s/%r\{(.*)}/hello(\$1)/g" lib/scripts/

Looping

Repeat command multiple times over

for i in {1..10}; do rspec spec/features/resource_library/sermons_spec.rb; done

Renaming files in a pattern using unix

for f in *worker* ; do mv "$f" "echo $f | sed s/worker/job/"; done

Renaming files in a pattern using ruby
> folder_path = '/Users/gagan/projects/desiring-god-new/app/jobs'
> Dir.glob(folder_path + '/*').each do |f|
>     File.rename(f, folder_path + '/' + File.basename(f).gsub('worker', 'job') + File.extname(f))
> end
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