Do this: $ git rev-parse HEAD This gives you the full commit id, for the short id, run this: $ git rev-parse –short HEAD I work as a freelancer, so if you don’t want to do that kind of things… Read More
Follow the steps: Start Atom Select menu item `View -> Toggle Command Palette` Search for “clone” Select “GitHub: Clone” Enter the URL of the GitHub project you want to clone Click “Clone” To know the URL to use, go to… Read More
Install whatever Python3 package you want for your OS, along with pip. For example for Ubuntu: $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install python3.7 python3-pip Go into a directory you want to use as a base and run the… Read More
Open Chrome, go to the website to test, and then hit Ctrl+Shift+J Ctrl+Shift+M On Mac: Command+Shift+J Command+Shift+M Then you can select your device, orientation, etc. I work as a freelancer, so if you don’t want to do that kind of… Read More
Run this: $ git grep REGEXP `git rev-list –all` I work as a freelancer, so if you don’t want to do that kind of things yourself or don’t have the time, just drop me a line to hire me.