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  • 1. Distributed Version Control with git Kerry Buckley
  • 2. git • What is it? • Why is it different? • What can I do with it? • How can I use git if my project uses svn? • What alternatives exist?
  • 3. Caveats • I’ve only been using it for a few weeks • Just scratching the surface • I may be doing it all wrong • For all I know it may be eating all my files when I’m not looking • ...but I like it so far :-)
  • 4. History rcs cvs svn git
  • 5. History rcs cvs svn git Alice Repository Bob Versioning of individual files. Files must be locked before commit. No automatic merging.
  • 6. History rcs cvs svn git Alice Repository Bob Versioning of individual files. No locking. Automatic merging.
  • 7. History rcs cvs svn git Alice Repository Bob Versioning of entire project. No locking. Automatic merging.
  • 8. History rcs cvs svn git Alice Bob Each user has his own repository. No [need for a] central repository.
  • 9. Some Advantages • No reliance on central repository • Offline commits • Local branching • Merging that doesn’t suck • Flexible collaboration • Interoperates with svn
  • 10. Alternatives • Mercurial (hg) • Better Windows support • Bazaar (bzr) • Darcs
  • 11. Links • http://git.or.cz/ • http://icanh.as/git/tutorials? • https://github.com/
  • 12. Demo