Setup a GIT repo from the Windows command line (or other OS)
# windows - cmd.exe of powershell: init, commit and push to a git repo/branch git config --global user.email "YOUREMAIL" git config --global user.name "YOURNAME" cd \PROJECTFOLDER git init git add . git remote add REPONAME https:// //github.com/GETTHELINKFROMGITHUB.git git commit :wq # optional - make a new branch - optional git checkout -b NEWBRANCHNAME git push --set-upstream REPONAME NEWBRANCHNAME # end optional # from then on, just: git commit -a -m "COMMITNAME `date`"; git push (if it won't push, you can force it with: git push --force) # OR USE GitHub Desktop for Windows - which is great, but is buggy! Have to use cmd line sometimes when a branch breaks or whatever
My personal list of links which I keep here publicly incase they help someone else one day.
Snippets of PHP code I have gathered over the years. I keep them here for my own repository but also to share with others. I always link back when I remember the source.
This site was originally intended as a test bed for code. It now includes my blog about business and powerlifting, as well as games for Spanish language learning