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Git - Intro to the Basics of DVCS


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A quick intro to the basics of the Git source code control system and Distributed Version Control Systems (DVCS)

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Git - Intro to the Basics of DVCS

  1. The Git source code control system Dueling Coders by Matthew McCullough & Tim Berglund
  2. SVN Git
  3. Why Another? Not just for versioning source Distributed Version Control Systems (DVCS) Value of centralized + decentralized Easy merging from many branches Doesn’t pollute 100,000 artifacts
  4. Git Going
  5. Getting Git • Cygwin • MacPorts • Distro-specific package manager • Binaries
  6. Username Setup git config --global
  7. URL Styles • Public Clone URL (Git Protocol) git:// • Private Clone Path (SSH Protocol) • Filesystem Path /users/mccm06/projects/helloworld.git
  8. Cloning Repos • Command to retrieve a remote repo • Works against Git and SVN
  9. IDE Tools • EGit, Eclipse Plugin Update Site • Git4Idea Get via plugins menu • Netbeans
  10. Sharing Repos
  11. Serve git help daemon
  12. Serve git daemon --export-all --base-path=.
  13. Free Git Hosting Github Gitorious
  14. Sharing Demo
  15. Add, Checkin git add *.java git commit -m‘Did some work’
  16. Switch Branch, Checkout git branch ANEWBRANCH git checkout ANEWBRANCH
  17. Push git push origin master
  18. Pull git pull origin master
  19. Branching
  20. Just Branches? Core idea of DVCS Same as always, but less painful Branches are local Branch for every feature Main is for generals
  21. Branching Demo
  22. Merge git merge ANEWBRANCH (destination = current branch)
  23. Conflicts
  24. Squash git merge --squash ANEWBRANCH (destination = current branch)
  25. Tag git tag VERSION1.0
  26. Cherry Pick git cherry-pick -r e8ac5ed693 (destination = current branch)
  27. Resources
  28. Documentation • Wiki has the most up to date info. InterfacesFrontendsAndTools
  29. How To Guides •
  30. Quick Reference • cheat-sheet.html
  31. Q&A