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More Than Committing - Git Commit With IntelliJ [Video]

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More Than Committing - Git Commit With IntelliJ [Video]

Check out this screencast to see all the capabilities that IntelliJ offers for your commits, like code analysis and a diff overview of your commit.

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A Git commit seems to be quite a simple task. Just enter git commit on the command line and you are good to go.

In comes IntelliJ. It offers you not only the ability to commit files, but perform certain tasks on the files to be committed, from code analysis to automatic code rearrangement, a nice diff overview of what you are about to commit, and much more.

I compiled a short, practical screencast that runs you through everything IntelliJ offers you when committing, which you will hopefully find useful in your day-to-day work. Enjoy!


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