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You need to combine site: and inurl: in order to narrow your results as desired. In your example it would be: SSL_get_peer_certificate site:github.com inurl:ruby This will search for "SSL_get_peer_certificate" on the github.com domain, and only if "ruby" is part of the URL, as it would be in github.com/ruby/ruby But you can also use GitHub.com itself ...


There is currently no way via the GitHub web interface to see the diff between any two points of your gist revisions. The alternative is to download the Gist and then reupload it to your main GitHub account as a full repository and then modify the URL as needed, like the following: ...


Apparently (I found out today) this is something in github which breaks on firefox 30. Pending a fix in github rolling out, this should be added to your userContent.css @-moz-document url-prefix(<http or https>:<your github server>) { .file .highlight { overflow: visible !important; } }


You can see the commits and changes between tags if you change the URL to the following format: https://github.com/{username}/{repo}/compare/{older-tag}...{newer-tag} This will show you the count and changes of up to 250 commits made between the tags. So from your example it would be: ...


For your second app you are wanting to publish, create a new repo using any name (e.g. myapp). Then publish a branch named gh-pages to that repo. Your new app should then be available at http://USER.github.io/REPO. So, for our example, username.github.io/myapp. For a detailed guide on these steps, see the Creating Project Pages Manually guide. The ...


You get one website per GitHub account, but no one is stopping in you from dividing it between multiple applications. For example you can put one application under /app1 and another one under /app2. Keep in mind that GitHub is a git hosting company, not a web hosting one.


Go to the Watched repositories page that shows all the repos you are watching. Account Settings (Tools icon in upper right) → Notification center → Watching On the right sidebar you'll see this: ☑ Automatically watch When you’re given push access to a repository, automatically receive notifications for it. If you uncheck or untick that box ...

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