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gitbase – an SQL interface to Git repositories

It can be used to perform SQL queries about the Git history and about the Universal AST of the code itself. gitbase is being built to work on top of any number of git repositories. The emphasis here is on querying a bunch of repositories at once, not digging deep in to the history of a single repo. It uses MySQL's wire protocol to communicate, so it can be accessed by any compatible client or library. gitbase is still in early alpha, but they're working hard to improve it quickly.

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Gitea – a painless self-hosted Git service

If this looks familar to you (demo here), that's because it's a community managed fork of Gogs. Why the fork? We’re a growing group of former Gogs users and contributors who found the single-maintainer management model of Gogs frustrating and thus decided to make an effort to build a more open and faster development model. This happened back in December of 2016, so it'd be interesting to compare and contrast the progress of both projects over time. At first glance, I'd say that Gogs is keeping up quite nicely with its BDFL model. But who knows, maybe the mere existence of Gitea spurred Unknwon on toward more actively maintaining Gogs.

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GitLens supercharges the Git capabilities built into VS Code

This thing is packed with features, but the one that really impressed me (and may ultimately lead to me giving VS Code another go) is the Code Lens with inline git blames. Adds an unobtrusive, customizable, and themable, blame annotation at the end of the current line So cool! I do fear that it may become more annoying than useful over time, but you never know until you try.

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Automatically Managing Personal and Work Git Configurations

If you have a shared computer for "work" and "personal" AND you use Git (who doesn't), then this post will help you easily switch back and forth between the two. At work, most of the repositories are private, but at home most of my work is public, which means that my work email became public, and I didn’t like that. Hence, in this post I will share one way you can go about forgetting to switch back and forth and let the computer do it automatically for you.

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