Made some changes to the UNIX 102 page; added git add, link to gitref.

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Elana Hashman 11 years ago
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<section title="UNIX 102 Reference Material">
<p>
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This page contains some links to material covered during UNIX 101 and 102,
as well as some extracurricular content for you to review in your free
time.
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<ul>
<li>Simple script whose parameters are any number of text files, that will
print all the files and filenames to standard output: appender</li>
<li>Simple renaming script that takes two strings, one to replace with the
other, and renames all files in the current directory as specified:
renamer</li>
<li>RunC clone, that takes in a filename and executes all the tests it
can find for it in the current directory: WalkC</li>
<li>Script that scrapes concert website for tickets and sends emails/text
messages when tickets are available: tickets_email</li>
</ul>
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<section title="git References">
<p>
Here's an article I found claiming to list the <a href="http://sixrevisions.com/resources/git-tutorials-beginners/">top 10 git tutorials</a>.
Look to the <a href="http://gitref.org/index.html">gitref</a> for a git
reference, of course. As well, here's an article I found claiming to list
the <a href="http://sixrevisions.com/resources/git-tutorials-beginners/">top 10 git tutorials</a>.
Whether or not that's true, you should still learn something.
Here is also a brief review of the commands we covered today.
</p>
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<pre>
git pull
</pre>
This adds new files to the git repository:
<pre>
git add [files]
</pre>
This commits any of the changes that you've recently made in [files] (or -a
for everything), getting ready to "push" the changes to other users:
<pre>

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