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Using Git for Source Control

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GIT is the source control tool, a distributed version control system (dvcs) which is written in C. This provides a history of the files that are maintained by it. In distributed version control each user has a complete copy of the code so there is no central code repository. In this scenario an administrator makes changes, adds them to the index (called staging) and then adds them to the repository (called commit). Git will take this information and maintain a version history that users can track. This is all performed locally but could be synchronized with a remote repository.
 read more | mail this link | score:9661 | -aweber, May 5, 2012
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