My favourite bash alias for git
Here's a non-trivial bash alias that I use in my day-to-day git workflow you might find handy.
@dragnucs one can also use .gitconfig and its [alias] section to write git aliases (see 2.7 Git Basics - Git Aliases in the Git Book for details)
for an example, see config:65 — they use $1 to refer to command arguments
@dragnucs in my opinion this is quite cool :)
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