Today I learned that you can get a full screenshot by pressing cmd-shift-3, and a screenshot of a selected portion of the screen by cmd-shift-4. The files will be put on the desktop, and they will be in PNG format! Until now I’ve used the screenshot utility, which only produces TIFF files, and is more clunky to use. Hooray!
This is not very well documented in the git user manual. Here is what I did:
Go to your central repository, not your working copy. There, change to the hooks directory:
cp post-receive.sample post-receive
git config hooks.mailinglist “email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org”
git config hooks.envelopesender email@example.com
git config hooks.emailprefix “New commit: “
Also you should give your project a name:
…yes, now also blogging. My reason: Collect all the information that I think is useful to others at one spot.