NOVEMBER 20, 2018

After cloning a repository, you can have git not track changes you make to one (or multiple) files.

Tell Git to assume a file is unchanged

git update-index --assume-unchanged file

Tell Git not to assume a file is unchanged anymore

After this command is run, the repository continues tracking the file. It might have changes that git will want to commit.

git update-index --no-assume-unchanged file

Roll back the changes you made while the file was --assume-unchanged

In case you made changes while --assume-unchanged was on and don't want to keep the changes on the file: Roll-back to where the repository is when you want to pull or push changes.

git checkout -- file

JUNE 18, 2014

A design I did early this year, just for fun. Playing around with Rhino 5 and Grasshopper. Post-process was made in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

An R letter set in Futura Bold was extruded and intersected by equidistant planes.

Made January 29th 2014, and posted today on Dribbble.

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