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Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
Git Workflow With Gitflow
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Git Workflow With Gitflow

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  • 1. Git Workflow with Gitflow
  • 2. What is a workflow? "...consists of a sequence of connected steps.." - Wikipedia What are we looking? An way to multiple developers integrate a working code into a project
  • 3. GitFlow
  • 4. Why Gitflow? ■ Based on the graph you just saw. ■ Github - https://github.com/nvie/gitflow ■ Shortcuts for repetitive tasks. ■ Branch naming convention "<prefix>/<name>" ■ 2 main branches.
  • 5. Main branches 1. master -> production-ready 2. develop -> latest for next release Their lifetime is infinite.
  • 6. Gitflow - prepare repository $git flow init When creating a new git flow workflow it ask you questionsthe names of the branches - USE DEFAULTS. when this is done a new develop branch is createdfrom master and from this point you never commit tomaster branch anymore.
  • 7. Gitflow - Supporting branches There are 4 supporting branches: 1. feature 2. release 3. hotfix 4. support I will cover only feature since this is the only one you willwith.
  • 8. Gitflow - Feature branches● May branch off from: develop branch● Must merge back into: develop branch● Branch naming convention: anything except master, develop, release/*, hotfix/* - our branching name will consist with 3base_<issue #>_<feature name>● Typically exist in developer repos only, not in origin - from time to time I will ask to also push the specific branch also to origin.
  • 9. Gitflow - Create feature branches$git flow feature start 3base_<issue #>_<feature name>This is what it does:$git checkout -b feature/3base_<issue #>_<feature name> develop
  • 10. Gitflow - finish feature branch ● git flow feature finish <feature name>$git checkout develop$git merge --no-ff myfeature - merges the branch to develop.$git branch -d myfeature - deletes the local branch$git push origin develop - push develop.The --no-ff flag avoids losing information about the historicalexistence of a feature
  • 11. More on the subject ● gitflow on github -https://github.com/nvie/gitflow. ● A successful git branching model ● A short introduction to git-flow ● On the path with git-flow

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