I have tried several version control systems including subversion, bzr and git. By far I found GIT to be the easiest to setup and maintain. Also the application is well documented and supported by the original developers. Here I will be sharing my experience with setting up and using GIT for our projects.
Our public repo on Github https://github.com/airtime166
In software development, Git is a distributed revision control and source code management (SCM) system with an emphasis on speed. Git was initially designed and developed by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development in 2005.
1. Create a folder on the server. Ex: mkdir /home/user/repo
2. cd into the folder and run git –bare init
a. Clone the repo:
b. git clone /home/user/repo
c. cd repo
d. create a test file “touch readme”
e . add some sample content echo “blah” > readme
f . run the following commands
git add .
git config –global user.email “firstname.lastname@example.org”
git config –global user.name “Your Name”
To set your account’s default identity.
Omit –global to set the identity only in this repository.
Note: You can change the remote origin by editing the file
or use git remote set-url origin git://new.url.here
url = mas@server:path/to/repo
1. create a local folder mkdir /home/testrepo
a. cd /home/testrepo
b. git init
2. run git clone username@serverhost:/home/testrepo
– if you modify a file , issue git commit -a -m “comment”
– if you add a file issue git add .
-before you commit always do a pull — git pull origin master
-then push — git push origin master
on the server–
-check changes on a branch
git checkout branchname
-merge changes to master
git checkout master
git merge branchname
–** note while you are checkout at the server level. client will not be able to commit
—- add/remove origin
git remote add origin path////
git remote rm origin
–git -V ?