Twitter can be a huge timesuck and is generally a negative place but I stick around for gems like these.
not enough of u know that on mac terminal u can option click to just move ur cursor where u want it— stephanie (@isosteph) March 9, 2021
TIL that you can do `git commit --allow-empty` to make a new commit with no actual changes to your files.— Megan Sullivan (@meganesulli) March 1, 2021
No more random whitespace changes to trigger new builds! 🥳
Something I tweeted a few months back after finding it online is that if you press
command -> shift -> v in a Markdown file in VSCode (on a Mac) you’ll open up a preview window that you can then drag to the right to open as a side-by-side preview of your Markdown edits while you’re making them.
And just for good measure, since I google for this at least once a month, here’s the command to delete a file that you pushed to GitHub before realizing it was just clutter and added it to your
.gitignore file (
foo.txt is the filename to remove). Thanks to CodeBlocQ, my most frequent destination after googling.
git rm --cached foo.txt