I have a project on my PC, I want to host it on BitBucket as a Git repo. I've been using SourceTree to manage an existing project with other contributors, so I know the basics about modifying a ...
I have two libraries that implement a protocol: one provides tools for establishing a channel between two parts, and the other provides classes and tools for building and parsing the binary protocol ...
I am moving my companys source control from TFS to GIT. We have TFS currently defined as. Project Collection / / Client A / Product A / Product B / Product C / Client B / Product D / Product E / ...
We are considering using BitBucket rather than hosting our Git repositories internally. Does anyone know if this breaks any rules of PCI compliance? I haven't been able to find much information on ...
I've started a project that involves at least three repositories on GitHub. One of the repositories is a generic documentation-and-examples dump, and the other two contain the implementation of two ...
I am migrating a 10-years-old big CVS repository to Git. It seemed obvious to split this multiple-projects repository into several Git ones. But the decision-makers are used to CVS, therefore their ...
I'd like to know if it makes sense to divide the project I'm working on in two repositories instead of one. From what I can say: Frontend will be written in html+js Backend in .net The backend ...
I like that SourceForge can also let people browse your code using Git. But, before I even set up the project on SourceForge, I had a GitHub repository for it. Now that I have created my SourceForge ...
A co-worker and myself have run into an issue that we have multiple opinions on. Currently we have a git repository that we are keeping all of our cronjobs in. There are about 20 crons and they are ...
I'm working with a few other people on projects, and today I ran into a situation I'm sure I'll see often. One of my co-workers and myself had split up some tasks to do on the same project and began ...