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

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How to include bitbucket profile into resume or cv? [on hold]

I am new to bitbucket. I have projects on Bitbucket. They are private projects and i am not the admin. How to include my bitbucket profile in resume or CV. I tried to include the url of repositories ...
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Use git to manage different deployments of the same repo

I have a web application built in PHP. I want to use Git to manage the different aspects of the deployment. Now some of the files in the web app are specific to a client (logos, database connection ...
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Managing temporary changes in git vs clearcase [migrated]

We are thinking of moving from clearcase to git. However , my organization have a habit of using clearcase config spec as a place to track temporary code changes. Example for example the config spec ...
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Managing shared code in source control

Projects A and B both use library project L: Judging by what people have written about it on the web, managing this situation appears to be a headache: ...
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Are there any statistics that show the popularity of Git versus SVN?

I'm writing an essay, and would like to have some empiric evidence, perhaps longitudinal data where the popularity of these technologies is compared over a period of some years. Are there any ...
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Grouping multiple git repositories that are part of the same overall project

Let's say I have a project that has multiple components: a server component, a webapp component, an iOS component, Android component, etc. These components are all separate codebases, but are also ...
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How often to open pull requests [closed]

We are planning to use Git pull requests for code review in our company. Before we start I have a basic question: How often should I open a pull request? Is it best to open one for every little commit ...
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Why is having merge bubbles in your git history not actually that bad?

In the past year, most of the rest of my group (of engineers that I work with), has ended up deciding that merge bubbles really aren't that bad. At the very least, I'm seeing that other developers ...
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On GitHub, etiquette and pull requests [duplicate]

If someone forks your repository and commits some changes, what is the accepted way to proceed if you'd like to ask them whether it's alright to pull those changes in? Can you issue a pull request on ...
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Should private key files be checked-in in git?

In my understanding, git as version control system should track all resources or files that are necessary to build a software version. If a private key file is needed for a server to function ...
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snapshot in git or version control system (vcs) [closed]

I recently started learning/working git. I've gone through some materials but still didn't understand what actually is a snapshot.
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Is a guardfile part of the private developers environment or the public OSS project?

Let us say I have an open source project on github. Now I wish to include tools required to develop the project so others can easily contribute. It is hard for me to tell when these tools should be ...
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Git Workflow for multiple sites sharing common functionality [duplicate]

Apologies if you've heard this question or variants of it multiple times before. However, I have the following situation: We develop a site using Drupal/Wordpress - let's call it Site Foo_A. We're ...
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Should I keep JBoss under version control? [duplicate]

Should I keep my JBoss installation under version control so other team members can pull it? Is that common? Configuration changes, module installations etc would be version controlled. I have a ...
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Best Git workflow suitable for our needs

I need help with the workflow that is best suitable for our needs. We are a 3-4 person team and are working on 4 different projects. We have three main branches: master - deployable production ...
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How do you identify bugfix commits on QA environment with Git repository?

I got used to the following approach on bugfixing phase of the project development. The developer should add SVN commit number as a comment to the JIRA issue when resolving it. Latest artifact from ...
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Workflow: Using binary document formats in Git without locks (moving from subversion)

We're a software consultancy with a multitude of projects for different customers. We traditionally use Subversion, but are currently considering moving to Git. A significant portion of the documents ...
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Git collaboration with pull request in a company

I am thinking of a way to do collaboration between coders in a company, suppose we have 2 type of servers: Production and Staging. Now we want to review all changes going to Production via ...
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version control (mercurial) access by subproject

I have a central codebase, from which I branch subprojects for each client. Right now I have the central codebase in mercurial repo A and client specific code in mercurial repo B, C, D... etc. I would ...
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Why aren't there cherry-pick requests?

One disadvantage to pull requests is lots and lots of merge commits. It's not the worst thing, but it does clutter the commit logs, and make for lots of unnecessary non-sequential history. A - C - E ...
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How to enable non technical users to use GitHub

We're currently storing two Dynamic CRM solutions in Github and have triggers to automatically deploy these solutions once a change has been pushed to the master branch. This works really well in ...
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Are Git branches, in fact, “homeomorphic endofunctors mapping submanifolds of a Hilbert space”?

As we all know: Git gets easier once you understand branches are homeomorphic endofunctors mapping submanifolds of a Hilbert space Which seems like jargon, but on the other hand, All told, ...
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Organizing code in a 2 man team

I've been working with a buddy of mine on a school project. We forecast it'll take ~2 months, so it isn't a small scale project at all. Communication and splitting the work effectively has been a ...
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How do you handle multiple developer configuration in a project?

I've been thinking lately about how I handle config changes between multiple developers on a project. Specifically here about a Laravel project in PHP, but I guess this applies largely to all ...
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How to use github, branches and automatic releases for version management? [closed]

I understand most of the basic Git/Github concepts by now, however I still have trouble understanding the bigger picture. These are some things that I have managed to get working so far: Push ...
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Git structure for java project

I know there are multiple posts on similar problems, so please be kind with me. I am asking for suggestions I have not thought of and for good advice. I have a java "project" that is structured in a ...
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Is using Git Stash as a workflow an antipattern?

I've recently been looking at how me and my team uses Git and how our workflows work. We currently use a feature-branch workflow which seems to work well. I've also seen some individuals on our team ...
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Git Submodule for untracked folder?

I have a git repository with a folder in it. The folder is listed in my .gitignore file. I cloned another repository into that ignored folder from github. I may want to work inside of the new ...
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Empirical Evidence of Popularity of Git and Mercurial

It's 2012! Mercurial and Git are both still strong. I understand the trade-offs of both. I also understand everyone has some sort of preference for one or the other. That's fine. I'm looking for ...
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git workflow for separating commits

Best practices with git (or any VCS for that matter) is supposed to be to have each commit do the smallest change possible. But, that doesn't match how I work at all. For example I recently I needed ...
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How to cleanly add after-the-fact commits from the same feature into git tree

I am one of two developers on a system. I make most of the commits at this time period. My current git workflow is as such: there is master branch only (no develop/release) I make a new branch ...
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Coping with build order requirements in automated builds

I have three Scala packages being built as separate sbt projects in separate repos with a dependency graph like this: M---->D ^ ^ | | +--+--+ ^ | S S is a service. ...
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What is the problem git submodules are supposed to solve?

What is the problem that git submodules solve well? When should I use them? Or rather what is their use case? The only use of submodules that I have seen 'in the wild' has been when used to share ...
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Tracking contributions from contributors not using git

I have a central git repo located on a server. I have many contributors that are not tech savvy, do not have server access, and do not know anything about git. But they are able to contribute via the ...
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Why are these seemingly unnecessary merges happening in git?

Consider this screenshot from our development repository: We are relatively new to git, so things are still somewhat confusing. The question at hand: If you take a look at the commits by me at the ...
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GIT workflow for web development

Long ago the small team of web developer I work with started using git for web development. Back then we just committed to staging or master directly and then merged frequently between the two. It was ...
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How come centralized source control solutions don't do branching in place

With centralized source control like Perforce and SVN, when they create a branch, they create a whole new directory. However, git and other distributed source control solutions, in my experience, are ...
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What does 'stage' mean in git?

I find git hard to understand as I could not find the meaning of the words used for the actions. I have checked the dictionary for the meaning of 'stage' and none of the meanings were related to ...
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What should be done on git while migrating new distribution and packet manager? [closed]

In the project I am working, we are using Freebsd and we are creating our software packages for it. Now we are planning to change distribution to Centos and rpm for packet manager. Since our codes ...
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As a sole developer (for now), how should I be using Git? [closed]

I have multiple projects on Git that I eventually want to bring others into. However, right now it's just me and I use Git and GitHub very simplistically: no branches and basically just using the ...
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How to best structure Git for our team [closed]

We're starting to develop many small web projects in our company, where mostly they will have one shared resource with some code pieces (SDKs, utilities and etc...) Our team is small (~5) but is ...
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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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How to convert a Bazaar repository to GIT repository?

We have a large bazaar repository and we want to convert it to a git repository. The bazaar repository contains the folders of each of the interns. Any documentation/code prepared by interns is ...
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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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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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source code file system layout for 2 very similar projects (with git)

we're working on "two" android apps that are very similar; in fact, they're the same apps with different graphics and color schemes, slightly different configuration and one or two unique activities ...
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Git submodule vs Git clone

I am working on an opensource project on github. It has a subdirectory /Vendor in which it has a copy of several external libraries. Original maintainer of the project updated this directory with ...
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What's so difficult about SVN merges?

Possible Duplicate: I’m a Subversion geek, why should I consider or not consider Mercurial or Git or any other DVCS? Every once in a while, you hear someone saying that distributed version ...
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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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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 ...