Posts in cheatsheets

Git Revision Selection and Expressions A…B

While using git it’s common to use object identifiers to operate on the underlying objects: checking branches out, reverting a commit, resetting to a given point in the history, and more.


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MySt and Markdown for Sphinx Cheatsheet

I’ve never been a fan of Re-StructuredText, but most importantly I’m new to MySt, which leads to a lot of googling and painstaking trial-and-error while writing. Although my preferred references are the Jupyter Book MyST Cheatsheet, the Sphinx Book Theme Documentation, and the MyST Parser Reference, they are way too extensive, sometimes incorrect, and I don’t really use every directive or variant thereof. Therefore, I’ll use this post to gather the bits of the syntax and snippets I use the most.

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Git Cheatsheet: Commands, Tips and Tricks 📝

This is compilation of useful git commands, tips and tricks I created for myself since I kept forgetting some commands related to configuring, searching and managing git repositories. The format is simple, just a list with short descriptions for some common, and other less common, commands which I often find myself looking up online.


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