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Last active Jan 2, 2020
Extensions & Notebooks for Jupyter #list #jupyter #python
thomd / Jenkinsfile
Created Jun 4, 2019 — forked from merikan/Jenkinsfile
Some Jenkinsfile examples
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Some Jenkinsfile examples
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Last active Apr 24, 2019
React Native Components #react #list #components #react-native
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Created Sep 5, 2018
Build a Website with Modern Tooling and No Frameworks
#!/usr/bin/env bash
mkdir -p vanilla-website/{public/assets/{images,scripts,styles},src/{scripts,styles}}
cd vanilla-website
cat <<EOF > .babelrc
"presets": [

Automatically Prepend a Jira Issue ID to Git Commit Messages

Use a git hook to match a Jira issue ID from the current branch, and prepend it to every commit message

Assuming the current branch contains a Jira issue ID, you can use a git hook script to prepend it to every commit message.

  1. Create an empty commit-msg git hook file, and make it executable. From your project's root directory:

     install -b -m 755 /dev/null .git/hooks/commit-msg
  2. Save the following script to the newly-created .git/hooks/commit-msg file:

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