Version control with Git

Git is a distributed version control system originally designed for development of the Linux kernel. It is mature and robust, and possesses some advanced features that other version-control systems are lacking, such as full distributed operation and strong guarantees of content integrity through the use of cryptographic checksums.

The git tools are installed as standard on all CSG Linux workstations and servers, and are used internally by CSG for code and content management and distribution functions.

Hints for group operation

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guides/version-control/git (last edited 2013-10-17 12:40:06 by mjb04)