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Description
Timeless, this long-sleeved shirt has been designed by Tommy Hilfiger. We love the classic cut and multicoloured chequerboard print. Try it, you won't regret it!
Materials
  • Upper : Textile
  • Information
    Closure :

       Button fastening

    Composition :

       Cotton : 100%

    Care advice :

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    Goals

    • Hilfiger Blue Tommy Hector Blue Red Tommy Hector Tommy Hilfiger Red To learn how to setup aliases and shortcuts for git commands

    Hilfiger Hector Tommy Tommy Blue Hilfiger Hector Blue Red Red Tommy 01 Common aliases

    For Windows users:

    Run:

    git config --global alias.co checkout
    git config --global alias.ci commit
    git config --global alias.st status
    git config --global alias.br branch
    git config --global alias.hist "log --pretty=format:'%h %ad | %s%d [%an]' --graph --date=short"
    git config --global alias.type 'cat-file -t'
    git config --global alias.dump 'cat-file -p'

    Also, for users of Unix/Mac:

    Hector Tommy Red Blue Tommy Blue Hilfiger Tommy Red Hilfiger Hector git status, git add, git commit, and git checkout are common commands so it is a good idea to have abbreviations for them.

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    Add the following to the .gitconfig file in your $HOME directory.

    File: .gitconfig

    Tommy Tommy Tommy Blue Hilfiger Red Hilfiger Hector Blue Hector Red [alias]
      co = checkout
      ci = commit
      st = status
      br = branch
      hist = log --pretty=format:\"%h %ad | %s%d [%an]\" --graph --date=short
      type = cat-file -t
      dump = cat-file -p

    We’ve already talked about commit and status commands. In the previous lesson we covered the log command and will get to know the checkout command very soon. The most important thing to learn from this lesson is that you can type git st wherever you had to type git status. Best of all, the git hist command will help you avoid the really long log command.

    Go ahead and try using the new commands.

    02 Define the hist alias in the .gitconfig file

    For the most part, I will continue to type out the full command in these instructions. The only exception is that I will use the hist alias defined above, when I need to see the git log. Make sure you have a hist alias setup in your .gitconfig file before continuing if you wish to repeat my actions.

    03 Type and Hector Hilfiger Blue Tommy Hector Tommy Red Blue Tommy Red Hilfiger Dump

    We’ve added a few aliases for commands we haven’t yet discussed. We will talk about the Blue Tommy Red Tommy Hector Hilfiger Hector Tommy Blue Hilfiger Red git branch command very soon, and the git cat-file command is useful for exploring git.

    04 Command aliases (optional)

    If your shell supports aliases, or shortcuts, you can add aliases on this level, too. I use:

    File: .profile

    alias gs='git status '
    alias ga='git add '
    alias gb='git branch '
    alias gc='git commit'
    alias gd='git diff'
    alias go='git checkout '
    alias gk='gitk --all&'
    alias gx='gitx --all'
    
    alias got='git '
    alias get='git '

    The go abbreviation for git checkout is very useful, allowing me to type:

    go 

    to checkout a particular branch.

    Also, I often mistype git as get or got so I created aliases for them too.