Check new_lines value to validate patch
Looks like lib2git includes the optional/conditional 'No newline at
end of file' line within the lines collection of the hunk, which could
throw off the new line count. So rather than that, try checking the
new_lines value to make sure that is 1.
One can see how this scenario is causing the test to fail with the
Allow Unicode curly quote in stage 1 message
For those of us who created their file in a text editor which magically
uses Unicode quotes in prose.
Add example of how to cache the smtp password
Pin builds to Alpine 3.10
Remark on possibly missing SSL modules on macos.
As far as I can tell, the Developer Tools-bundled git/perl generally
is missing these modules. I believe that command worked for me, but
it would be good to verify on a fresh system.
Document smtpserveroption in Configuration
Signed-off-by: Matt Critchlow <email@example.com>
Fix typo: comprhensive -> comprehensive
Add link to git-rebase.io
Use short sha hash in step 5
On small screens(e.g. 320px) long hash breaks layout
Update OpenBSD requirements
Upon installing git under OpenBSD 6.4 the following is reported via
To make it work with SSL/TLS and SMTP auth you have to install
the following additional packages.
Fix typo in local SMTP client instructions
Revise global git configuration file mentions
Turns out there's multiple places the global configuration file can be
- Removed mentions of `~/.git/config`
- Added alert with command to open global git config in default editor
in Step 2.
Display page properly when viewing from mobile.
Add Solus install instructions and logo
OpenBSD needs p5-Authen-SASL.
I tried to make it a dependency of devel/git but it was never aproved.
See here: https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports&m=154256030810194&w=2
Add Guix instructions and logo.
* static/guix.png: New file.
* index.html: Add section and radio input for os-guix.
* index.css: Add rules for os-guix:checked.
Remove --in-reply-to recommendations
Generalize instructions for local SMTP clients
Signed-off-by: Brian Clemens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Modify css to work better on small screens
On small screens (ie. less than 710px wide), the text currently displays
in front of the background image. This commit changes it so that the
white container div has a minimum width of 708px, keeping it in front
of the background on these smaller screens. It should have no inpact on
wider screens. Ideally, we would have the minimum width instead be
'min-content', but that is not supported by Microsoft Edge and according
to MDN it is "an experimental API that should not be used in production
The only downside is that on steps other than the first one, it would be
okay for screen widths between 616px and 710px, but this seems
outweighed by the value of having the first step look good. A solution
for this scenario would be to have the Arch Linux installation command
broken on to two lines.