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

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Fork Management of Git Multi-level Hierarchies

We have the following Git hierarchy structure in place, where each child is forked from the parent. If we build something in Client1 that will be useful in the entire hierarchy, what is the best way ...
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Is there a simpler way to help testers push code to a testing branch?

I'm a amateur programmer, I'm not used to working with Git. It's my job to help test new code, for a while now this has included pulling the branch containing the issue, merging it with the main ...
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Proper GIT repository usage that accommodates feature branches and parallel testing

After reading around I found that there were various git workflows being used but there aren't enough (or I just haven't found them yet) info on how to use git properly with having test builds. I was ...
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Visual Studio, Git, and common code

I'm looking for some advice on how I should arrange a large new project I'm working on to allow it be more easily managed in Git (using GitLab), and developed in Visual Studio. To give an idea of ...
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Documentation of code review

In a project we have a rather formal code review, which is currently done manually and documented in Excel sheets and Word docs. We would like to improve the current code review process by ...
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Multiple git committers on same repo and machine with forwarding agent

I have a remote machine where multiple developers work on the same repository. We use gitolite and SSH keys to manage git access. As for now we code on the local machines, commit, push, pull remotely ...
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Combining GitHub and TFS / Visual Studio Team Services

I wonder if it's possible to combine Visual Studio Team Services and/or TFS with a GitHub repository. We think both products have their own advantages and would like to work on one repo within our ...
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Git Repositories updated

I would like to keep two Git repositories updated. First one, is GitHub open source project that gets updated frequently. Second one is a private held Git Repo located other than GitHub. This one ...
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What git process when it says “removing duplicate objects” on merging branches?

Git displayed "removing duplicate objects" after I merged a branch to another and noticed my .git/objects folder has significantly reduced (from 40.7 MB to 33.5 MB). Isn't branch just supposed to be ...
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Version Control for several projects

I've found several things about how to manage a data science projet with GIT but I didn't find something about how to manage a set of projects. In 90% of the case I'm working alone and over the ...
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How to credit authors when open sourcing a fresh snapshot of a private repo?

I've read through How to open-source a project whose git repository has copyrighted media in the history? but my question is: how to credit authors when open sourcing a fresh snapshot of a private ...
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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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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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GitShell, how can I not type the username and passwords?

Open the CMD, and I should type the password and usename? In the GitShell opened by shortcut, I don't need to type the username and password. Related is here: How can I convert GitShell's ...
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Where do bugfixes go in the git-flow model?

In the, commonly referred to as, Git-flow model hotfixes go in their specific hotfix-* branch and small integration fixes right before release go in the release-* branch. General bugfixes from the ...
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Workflow for maintaining a partially diverged fork

I work on a code base where I maintain a fork that is diverged from the upstream slightly. The project is about 5 million lines, and in general the developers and the users of a the code are the same ...
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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 ...