5
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1answer
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Can the version of Git vary between team members?

We are about 40 developers working on the same code base and we use Git for version control. My question is: can there be problems if, for example, some developers have a much older version of Git ...
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votes
4answers
542 views

Is Using Locking/Unlocking in Version Control an Anti-Pattern?

Recently I've started using Git at work. Previously I've only ever used VSS (which has some problems) and so far, Git is orders of magnitude better. The key differences here is that Git is ...
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6answers
494 views

What is the best way to allow a client to contribute to a project?

We've been building a CRM for a client. Now that the first major phase has been finished, and a second one agreed upon, the client would like to pick up some of the work, making minor amendments to ...
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3answers
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Distributed Development Tools — (Version control and Project Management) [closed]

I've recently become responsible for choosing which source control and project management software to use for a company that employs me. Currently it uses Jira (project management) and Subversion ...
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1answer
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How to set up a distributed version control that can commit to subversion

We have a trac server setup that works with the svn commits, so we can do things like "fixed #183" in the commit messages, and reference the changes involved. Right now I have eclipse with subclipse ...