25 Mar 2015
A guest blog post I wrote on managing git branches when doing devops.
When doing Devops we all know that using source code control is a “good thing” — indeed it would be hard to imagine doing Devops without it. But if you’re using Puppet and R10K for your configuration management you can end up having hundreds of old branches lying around — branches like XYZ-123, XYZ-123.fixed, XYZ-123.fixed.old and so on.
Which branches to cleanup, which to keep? How to easily cleanup the old branches? This article demonstrates some git configurations and scripts that make working with hundreds of git branches easier…
Go to Devops and Old Git Branches to read the full article.comments powered by Disqus