Above shows two different GIT timelines that will and will not merge properly! The term "Fast-Forward" merge is analogous to Fast Forwarding a movie to the good part, as GIT does not care about the filler content that its moving past (Commit history of second branch), as long as there is none of the boring … Continue reading DevNet Not So Quick Notes – GIT Version Control functionality, terminology, branching / merging / conflicts that bested me this post!
I started to Lab... Then I tried watching TV... then I realized I needed to go outside! I caught the sun setting on a lake where I live in Minnesota, and with no humidity outside, I just walked around for an hour or so and it was AMAZING! Just like its easy to forget to … Continue reading Lazy Day Post – Went for a very long, much need walk, starting back on intro to Python topics, uploaded Local GIT Repo to my GitHub page as shown here (demo)!
This will be a step by step of creating a local Repository, and how to work with GIT As of 7/9/20 I've deleted all content from this article, and recreating it to better start off with GIT, rather than documenting my struggle to force it to work with VSC and GitHub! That being said, this … Continue reading GIT – Setting up a local repository, working within GIT CMD Terminal, and integrating with Visual Studio Code!
Created a new lab in EVE with a working Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop VM within it, bridged to the LAN at my house along with 4 x 7200 series routers to do some automation stuff, so we are inching closer to getting out of the fundamentals and back into labbing! 🙂 I took a screen grab … Continue reading ENAUTO – How to find YANG Models for different vendors on GITHUB, and how to view them using Linux Terminal!
GIT is something you will need to be able to work with, as this is how you will find your own needed Data Model Templates in Code Repositories such as GitHub or BitBucket, so I wanted to hit this topic hard and keep everything as concise as possible. Developers do not need to be on … Continue reading ENAUTO – Working with GIT (and installing it in Linux), Terminology Discussed, and a look at different Branching and Merging concepts!