While working on a project that does a lot of symlinking by default, the need to keep symlinks out of the Git repository became evident. Fortunately, it’s not too hard. The solution came from this post’s answers. Thanks guys! The Command Just run the following command from the base directory of your Git repository, and it will automagically add all the symlinked files to the base .gitignore file. for f in $(git status --porcelain | grep '^??' | sed 's/^??
Anahita is a cool open-source social networking platoform written in PHP. It has a super-active, helpful community lead by Rastin Mehr. If you’re working on a website that’s powered by Anahita, you’ll want to keep up-to-date with the latest code changes via composer. If you’re not familiar with Composer, visit the project homepage to get up to speed. Updating the Anahita Codebase Updating the Anahita codebase is trivial with composer. Just cd into the root directory and run the following to get the latest and greatest: composer update Before you do that, though, read on.