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Git hub gists

So I’ve started using GitHub a significant amount lately and it really is a handy platform for updating, storing and managing revisions for code. Below is a post from what is referred to as a Gist, which is like a publicly available snippet of code you can provide to users to see and interact with.

Below is a generic snippet of a shell script I wrote to automatically run a commit sequence to a user specified script in order to add, commit it with a message and then push it to the local users GitHub repo.

 

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