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Version Control Before Git with CVS
Open source developers preferred Subversion,
enterprises and video game companies used Perforce (some still do), while the
Linux kernel project famously relied on a version control system called
BitKeeper. Now you’d like to put your favorite color list under version control,
because fifty years from now it will be interesting to look back and see how
your tastes changed through time. Do you
enjoy spending 40 minutes repeatedly running git rebase -i until your local
commit history flows like the derivation of a mathematical proof? Since CVS doesn’t have easily addressable commit objects, the only way to group
a collection of changes is to mark a particular working directory state with a
tag. Programmers in these organizations have developed little tricks for
working around CVS’ limitations, such as making a new branch for almost every
change to avoid committing directly to HEAD .
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10 days ago by sechilds
6 Git Aha Moments | Henrik Warne's blog
When I switched jobs four years ago, I went from using subversion (svn) to using git as the version control system. Even though I am a pretty quick learner, it took me a quite a while to really understand git. I read a lot on how git works, but even so, I didn't always realize…
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22 days ago by kger
Merging vs. Rebasing | Atlassian Git Tutorial
Worked examples of how git merge and git rebase can be used.
git  tutorial  rebase  merge  github  version_control 
4 weeks ago by jkglasbrenner
GitHub Alternatives (Free, Paid, Self-Hosted) - TutsWiki Beta
Popular Alternatives to GitHub for Web, Linux, Windows, Self-Hosted and more.
programming  version_control  github  alternatives  git 
6 weeks ago by kger
Mailing lists vs Github
Noting that the original use of girls(patches over email) is still viable and is naturally decentralized compared to github
git  github  email  version_control 
6 weeks ago by mechazoidal
Git/Reviewers - MediaWiki
This is a page where people can register to be automatically added as reviewer to newly opened changes in Gerrit depending on specific conditions. After registering here, reviewer-bot will add you as reviewer to every change that matches the project and file filter.
mediawiki  continuous_integration  gerrit  @wikimedia  automation  version_control 
9 weeks ago by archangel

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