22nd Apr 2020 | Tags: git
Recently at work we passed a major milestone on our codebase, and I wanted to see if I could run some analysis over time on authorship and see how long some early contributors’ work stuck around in the product.
20th Jun 2017 | Tags: git
Today at work, I determined that my current work in progress branch was going to want to be merged into production ahead of our next scheduled merge/deploy of master. To make it easier to merge into our production branch for a hot-fix deploy, I want to have the branch based off production instead of master.
I was needing to do some object cleanup in our rails app the other day, and purge some malformed objects, so I put together a quick script using some ActiveRecord reflection to walk the object chain.
Bundler is pretty darn good. Installing all your gems globally sucks.
bundle install --path does a great job of fixing that but it means you need to
bundle exec any shell commands you want to run, which again sucks. There are lots of attempts to fix this, but they’re all fairly convoluted.