Git is an open-source DVCS (Distributed Version Control System)

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Free Git Issue Tracking with Sub-Task support [closed]

I have been aware of free GIT repositories like GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, etc. but I haven't seen any GIT repositories that supports sub-tasking on their issue tracking functionalities free as well. ...
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Integrate WebDav deployment with git? [on hold]

The hosting provider for one of our PHP applications is only set up for WebDav - we would love to move away from Cyberduck / drag & drop deployment to command line git deployment. It looks like ...
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What are some version control systems based on different concepts than Git, Mercurial etc? [closed]

Most of the version control systems I have used have a lot of similar functionallity for source code files: they work on their text content, diff using well known diff algorithms, the changes contain ...
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How does one store a website's holding/maintenance page in Git?

I'm trying to tidy up the Git repositories for the few sites that I maintain. For each site, I usually create a separate branch in the repo that holds a "maintenance page" or "holding page", which I ...
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If a dependency is not in the maven repository should I add it to source control?

One of the jar files that I use in my code is not in the maven repository(and yes I tried to avoid using it). I have installed it locally so when I build the project it gets picked up by maven. I also ...
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How to organize the dependencies of a project [closed]

I have a project built with Gradle, which contains libraries which can be used freely outside the main project, like this: The folders with a square at the bottom right are project modules. I want ...
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Git branches avoided by the office where I work [duplicate]

The place I work at does the following: They manage a dev version of an app They manage another replicate version of that app, they call this the rep version The live version of the app that is ...
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Problem using Jenkins git-repo plugin [migrated]

git 1.9.4 is installed. Using repo plugin v1.6 When scheduling the build, I got this error message. fatal: cannot get https://gerrit.googlesource.com/git-repo/clone.bundle fatal: error [Errno 101] ...
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Database Password problem when using GIT to manage project that uses Spring to initiate Datasource

Program Situation I use Spring Framework to code my Web Service, using Dependency injection to inject a DataSource bean into the DAO bean that will be used by the Web Service. I have all the ...
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How can a manager ensure developers are pushing up to the origin every day?

Our team has been using Git for a couple of years. I love it, after previously using Visual Source Safe, SVN and TFS. However, my manager has been getting increasingly agitated about it and is ...
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Does it make sense to use tag without version numbers?

In our working group we had a discussion on using git tags in our projects. Some people argumented pro tags and some argumented against using tags. The crux is that we are talking about Magento ...
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How to handle versioning with multiple independent pull requests in a Git repository?

Let's say Alice has a Git repository, and the version is kept track of inside the repository (let's say package.json for npm). Bob sends a pull request to Alice which increments the version number ...
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Gitlab workflow, forcing code review or merge request on branch

I'm working towards implementing Gitlab at my company with a workflow strategy. My idea is that developers will be given access to repositories but, anytime they try to commit, their code must be ...
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Version Control & Deployment on Large Ecommerce Site

I am currently Front End Dev for a large ecommerce store and I'm wanting to switch the entire site to a Version Control System (Git) and Deployment service (Beanstalk). I'm having trouble ...
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Easily moving both direction of time during a rebase

After I have written some commits, I very often git rebase -i over them, in order to test them, if necessary split them, take parts form one commit and squash them to another, more appropriate one. ...
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Branching strategy for frequent releases [duplicate]

We have very frequent releases and we use Git for version control. When i am mentioning about frequency, please assume it to include bug-fixes and feature release too. All releases are eventually ...
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Flaws in my PHP development setup - sharing sources causing lags

I have following development setup for my PHP projects: Working station running on Windows 7 with PhpStorm IDE. GIT for version controlling. CentOS on virtual machine (VirtualBox) with Apache and ...
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Understanding branching strategy/workflow correctly [duplicate]

I'm using svn without branches (trunk-only) for a very long time at my workplace. I had discovered most or all of the issues related to projects which do not have any branching strategy. Unlikely this ...
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How to be Agile when new work keeps affecting completed work?

The project I'm working on is to re-skin an existing website. The functionality will stay the same, it's just the styles that are changing. In other words, I'm not modifying the HTML, only the CSS ...
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Advice Needed: Developers blocked by waiting on code to merge from another branch using GitFlow

Our team just made the switch from FogBugz & Kiln/Mercurial to Jira & Stash/Git. We are using the Git Flow model for branching, adding subtask branches off of feature branches (relating to ...
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Is backing up a MySQL database in Git a good idea?

I am trying to improve the backup situation for my application. I have a Django application and MySQL database. I read an article suggesting backing up the database in Git. On the one hand I like ...
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Is licensing an issue for Git Submodules?

For example: an MIT-licensed project wishes to simplify the build process for its users by including part of the GNU toolchain (which is of course GPL) as a Submodule. Could that be interpreted as ...
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How can I group commits in a version control system such as git

Instead of a one long flat commit history, why isn't there a hierarchy, so at the top level you might have pull requests, then you could go down a level and look at the commits in that PR. I realise ...
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How robust are Git commits when the power goes out?

One day I was using Git (I'm still using it) and the electricity went down while I was committing. When I (actually, the electricity) came back, the git repo was corrupt. I don't remember the exact ...
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Merging around 15 small Git repos of non-optional centralized web service components to a single large repo

In a centralized web service we break down the components into various small Git repos by software modules, e.g. authentication module, authorization module, data access module etc. (around 15 repos ...
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Should I use branches for example uses of a github repo?

I'm working on a Github repo called Designemplate at https://github.com/benwatkinsart/Designemplate and was thinking of developing some example uses of the CSS file to show how it's used. Should I use ...
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State-of-the art Mercurial workflows [closed]

Having solid git knowledge under my belt, I occasionally use mercurial, especially when patching a HG based project. I feel slightly uncomfortable, because my knowledge of mercurial is limited and ...
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Where can I find “SVN for Git Users” resources? [closed]

So I took a job where the firm uses SVN (but will be moving to Git sometime in the future). The problem is that I don't know SVN. I've tried numerous Google queries and all I can ever find are ...
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Git: Branch or Fork?

I have game project that will have two versions: A simple version of the game, the core An advanced version of the game. I have the 1st version in my public repository and only I will be working ...
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CI runner on same server of GitLab?

I'm setting up a GitLab server in my company and now I'm adding GitLab CI to it. Before start this task I'd like to understand if there are any disadvantages running my runners on the same server ...
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Strategy for maintaining offline repository safely using git [closed]

I use git for versioning. Just yesterday I was working on refactoring my Python code base. After adding a test I found that I had introduced a bug in one of project euler solutions. So I checked out a ...
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Git alternative to a shelveset in TFS

I use git for my personal projects, so I have never run into any issues with Git, however I had a discussion at work today and its something that I haven't thought about. In TFS you can store your ...
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long lines in git or svn

I am coding a program which has persistent data (the MELT monitor, related to GCC MELT). The data is persistent because it is expected to be read and overwritten by most executions. (That data is in ...
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Git, rebase and stay synced with remote branch

I have something of an annoyance in my Git workflow. I do the usual thing where I branch off master, into a branch called feature. I work on this feature branch for a while, meanwhile possibly master ...
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In Git, is the use of a 'PRODUCTION' branch necessary and/or would it be feasible to have more than one of them?

A short summary of how we do branch managing: From the MASTER branch one or many feature branches can be made (for mid to long term development), when deploy-able changes have been merged to MASTER ...
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Ruby on Rails - branding

I am working on a website, which is to have multiple brands. The core functionality for all brands will be the same, however there will be a number of differences between them. Those differences may ...
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Git work-flow for uncertain premise (pending decision)

I am not quite sure, how to name my problem. But I will start with how I usually used git. I am working as a single developer on one git repository. Usually I make feature-branches from master, and ...
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Dealing with a large pull request

I'm currently working on a project with a team that's using a git workflow. It's fairly simple, master should be in a deployable state and branches are used to create features and hotfixes. Whenever ...
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Correct way to undo the past few git commits including a merge? [closed]

My team is working with git for the first time and has really messed up our git remote due to our inexperience. I'm trying to help educate them on git to solve the problem in the long term, but in the ...
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Two closely related projects — Two repositories or one?

Background I am coding two closely related Java projects. The first project is Single Facility Simulator, which simulates a very simple supply chain with a single facility. The second project is ...
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How to maintain an example project owned by an area-XX for each organisational area of my company?

My company is migrating from SVN to GIT. We have several projects in an only repository. Since SVN basically understands only folders and files, we have folders representing areas of the company, that ...
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When using “Github Flow”, what if my next feature depends on code from a pending Pull Request?

We are experimenting with "Github Flow", as defined here. In short, every change starts off as a well-named branch off of master. When it's done, you open a PR for that branch, it gets reviewed, and ...
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How can I use different versions of an evolving library in different projects?

The problem I write a lot of exploratory code in my research. As I go along, I put functionality that I'd like to reuse in a central location. A project might look like this: ./mylib ./exploration ...
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Understanding and memorizing git rebase parameters

So far the most confusing portion of git is rebasing onto another branch. Specifically, it's the command line arguments that are confusing. Each time I want to rebase a small piece of one branch onto ...
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Adding svn support to our git repo

We have been using SVN for several years. Recently, we switched over to git, since some members of the organization pointed out that if our SVN server dies our team is toast. So far, we've got ...
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Git commit not finished but can't continue on that machine

So I was wondering what is the typical way that people handle working on a project with git and getting to a point where the work you have done is not committed and not in a form that should be ...
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Include ignored file in the git repository

Suppose I'm setting up a website, and there are loads of images. These images won't change. But I would like that when any members of the team clone the project, they get the images so that they run ...
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Should I use git for project files, other than the actual source? [duplicate]

I have a lot of small projects, and while their source code is backed up and tracked with git, I don't know what to do with the rest of the files associated with a project. These consist of small ...
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Should we be using git branches or separate repositories?

So I have talked my employer into finally jumping on version control...up until now my experience with git has been for personal projects and freelance work where everything is on one server, or small ...
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How do I properly add a reference from my Github project to someone elses in VS2013 on Windows 8?

I need to reference the latest version of Bouncy Castle in a project I intend to publish to Github. In my first posting of the code to Github, someone complained that I downloaded the entire Bouncy ...