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  10. +1 −1 scripts/htmlbuild.py
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@@ -31,6 +31,8 @@ \subsection{\LaTeX{} Support}
Ben Clifford
\subsection{Git Support}
+Thank you to all these guys too:
+
\#git on freenode.net
GitHub.com for hosting the Git repository of GITT
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% chap1.tex - Week 1
-\chapter{Week 1}
+\chapter{Week 1 - An Introduction to Version Control}
\section{Day 1 - ``Things need to change''}
\subsection{Meeting the Team}
If you're already a seasoned version control user, you may want to skip this chapter.
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% chap2.tex - Week 2
-\chapter{Week 2}
+\chapter{Week 2 - Getting Started, Committing}
\section{Day 1 - ``We are coders, we use Git!''}
\subsection{Setting Up the Environment}
So now we are ready to begin delving into and actually using Git, right? Well, not exactly.
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@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
% chap3.tex - Week 3
\cleardoublepage
%\phantomsection
-\chapter{Week 3}
+\chapter{Week 3 - Logging, Diffs and Tags}
\section{Day 1 - ``How do I see what's going on?''}
\subsection{Logging in Git}
\index{logging}Perhaps the best feature of a version control system is the level of accountability that it offers if set up correctly.
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% chap4.tex - Week 4
\cleardoublepage
%\phantomsection
-\chapter{Week 4}
+\chapter{Week 4 - Branching and Merging}
\section{Day 1 - ``We're getting somewhere''}
\subsection{Planting trees}
Tamagoyaki Inc have now realised that they have to take these things slow and steady if they want to implement a stable and robust system.
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@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
% chap5.tex - Week 5
\cleardoublepage
%\phantomsection
-\chapter{Week 5}
+\chapter{Week 5 - The Git GUI and Gitk}
\section{Day 1 - ``This isn't working for me John''}
\subsection{Dealing with resistance}
So, now that the team have discovered the basics of branching, they are conceptually ready to start using it in earnest.
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@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
% chap6.tex - Week 6
\cleardoublepage
%\phantomsection
-\chapter{Week 6}
+\chapter{Week 6 - Stashing and Remoting}
\section{Day 1 - ``My private little stash''}
\subsection{Getting interrupted}
\index{stashing}We're getting close to the point where we can really start using Git as we originally intended, the team at Tamagoyaki Inc.
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@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
% chap7.tex - Week 7
\cleardoublepage
%\phantomsection
-\chapter{Week 7}
+\chapter{Week 7 - Networking and Rebasing}
\section{Day 1 - ``Networking with a difference''}
\subsection{Pushing across a LAN}
\index{SSH}Now we have a complete copy of our repository in another location.
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% chap8.tex - Week 8
\cleardoublepage
%\phantomsection
-\chapter{Week 8}
+\chapter{Week 8 - Patching, Bisecting, Bundling and Submodules}
\section{Day 1 - ``Give a man a patch''}
\subsection{Collaborating with outsiders}
We have spoken at great length now about rebasing and have seen that it is a very very powerful tool.
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ def baseconcat():
files = re.findall(r"\\include\{(.*)\}", info[0])
for filename in files:
stringer += open("build/" + os.path.splitext(filename)[0] + ".html").read() + "\n"
- open("build/complete.html", "w").write(stringer)
+ open("build/complete.html", "w").write("<title>Git In The Trenches</title>" + stringer)
def buildnav():
info = os.listdir("site/")

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