This is a mashup of stuff I've learned and/or played with in terms of Git client configuration. It's not a recipe as each scenario seems to be different for me - sometimes
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I'm doing some work with Locust as a performance and load test tool which has driven me to learn Python. Like any knew language/technology, I set out to learn enough to solve
Most of the guts were borrowed from Erik Aybar's Git Tip: Deleting Old Local Branches post. I added some tweaks and commentary. When using git in a normal development workflow with another team,
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