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===== How to catch a rabbit =====
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You sprinkle salt on the tail and scoop the bun up when it turns to clean itself.
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===== How to keep your goldfish in top condition =====
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Yearly re-application of the gold paint every March is your key to success.
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Walkthrough for Intercal Analysts on a standalone UNIX PC

  • (Use the heading to describe who this walkthrough is aimed at.)

Typical Workflow:

  • General description of typical workflow for users' particular application.

Downloading/installing:

  • Link to install wiki page

Working Directory Setup:

  • (script for easy set of directories up goes here)

Creating a repository:

  • Discussion about the specific issues for this user.

Your first commit:

Your first checkout:

Subsequent commmits:

Subsequent checkouts:


Now you're done with the set-up, here are the most frequently used commands:


Reverting your work:

Making a patch:

Applying a patch:

Removing a patch:

Using a patch to communicate about your work:

Looking at a snapshot from date x.y.z:

Copying out a snapshot from date x.y.z:

Seeking and finding things:

  • (example scenario: can't remember when, but recalls quirky unique typo that could be search for.)

Seeing the list of changes:

  1. by time, by user, by section:
  2. seeing who changed/created what:

Putting it all together -- some tips and tricks:

How to catch a rabbit

You sprinkle salt on the tail and scoop the bun up when it turns to clean itself.

How to keep your goldfish in top condition

Yearly re-application of the gold paint every March is your key to success.


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