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How to organize repository branches? [closed]

I am trying to find a way to organize the branches in my repository in a sensible way. I would like the main branch to contain only "clean" commits: features that are (mostly) complete, no superfluous ...
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2answers
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Source control system for binary files

At work we have a legacy system written in Visual FoxPRO. Everything in foxpro is a table, even forms, so basically if you open a form file with a text editor you don't learn much. Does anyone know ...
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3answers
907 views

Can my GitHub and SourceForge account share the same repository?

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 ...
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1answer
170 views

What is the basic process and tools needed for crawling a source code repository for the purpose of data mining?

This all is with respect to Microsoft project CodeBook: CodeBook There is huge amount of code in the repository, many classes , a call hierarchy of functions, testcases etc. I am interested in ...
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3answers
480 views

Should unit test be in separated repository?

Should I put unit testing stuffs in a separate repository, not in the same repository as the programming library? So I reference the programming library as submodule. But most open source projects ...
2
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2answers
748 views

using source control to create release notes?

Lets say i have an off the shelf eccomerce cart. I put all the code inside subversion. I start to make changes and check the code changes back in. is it possible to then display each "check in" with ...
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Should I use a code repository if I am the only one working on a project? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I am not sure if I should use a code repository when I am the only one working on a project.
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1answer
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How does git/GitHub handle changed local and changed pushed repositories?

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 ...