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So far we have been committing snapshots of your project and switching between different isolated contexts, but what if we've forgotten how we've got to where we are? Or what if we want to know how one branch differs from another? Git provides a tool that shows you all the commit messages that have lead up to the snapshot you are currently on, which is called git log . To understand the log command, you have to understand what information is stored when you run the git commit command to store a snapshot. In addition to the manifest of files and commit message and information about the person who committed it, Git also stores the commit that you based this snapshot on. That is, if you clone a project, what was the snapshot that you modified to get to the snapshot that you saved?
This article is part of a series about the complete installation of the Atlassian collaborative software suite behind a proxy with SSL everywhere . If you want to understand the goal of this tutorial, you should report to the introduction article . From there, you would also have access to the installation of the basis of the Atlassian applications with Crowd , Confluence , and Jira . This article describes how to set up Git for Antelink's dev team. The aim is to integrate this SCM to the Atlassian applications, with a solution that simplifies Git users management and links them to the application users. The first task is to install and configure Git , then you have to install Gitolite to manage Git users and provide access control to the company's server hosting Git private repositories.
Converting a Subversion repository to Git, (7 steps to migrate a complete mirror of svn in git) | JohnAlbinWhen I first realized that I needed a version control system, the best system at the time was CVS. (No, really.) Subversion was nearing 1.0, so I waited for its release and then used it everywhere. Well, that was 2003. Time for a change.
Now that you have staged the content you want to snapshot with the git add command, you run git commit to actually record the snapshot. Git records your name and email address with every commit you make, so the first step is to tell Git what these are. Let's stage and commit all the changes to our hello.rb file. In this first example, we'll use the -m option to provide the commit message on the command line.
Update 2: as pointed out by Tim Huegdon , several comments on a Hacker News thread pointing here , and the excellent Pro Git book, Gitolite seems to be a better solution for multi-user hosted Git than Gitosis. I particularly like the branch–level permissions aspect, and what that means for business teams. I’ve left the original article intact. Update: the ever–vigilant Mike West has pointed out that my instructions for permissions and git checkout were slightly askew. These errors have been rectified.
Click here to view the complete list of archived articles This article was originally published in the Summer 2004 issue of Methods & Tools Parallel Development Strategies for Software Configuration Management
Scaling Puppet with Git More and more people are turning to systems automation tools like Puppet and Chef to get the most out of their environments, and to create time to focus on delivering business benefits. Scaling Puppet is most commonly done using client/server mode, in which every client is issued with an SSL certificate, and conversations take place between clients and a server, over HTTP , and manifests and assets are served over the network, and applied by a locally running Puppet daemon. However, is there a better way?
<img width="200" height="100" src="http://danielmiessler.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/git.png" alt="git"/> git is a wicked-powerful distributed revision control system. It is confusing to many, so there are myriad tutorials and explanations online to help people understand it. This one will focus on the fundamental concepts and tasks rather than trying to compete with the documentation .
http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/ Published: January 05, 2010 In this post I present the development model that I’ve introduced for all of my projects (both at work and private) about a year ago, and which has turned out to be very successful. I’ve been meaning to write about it for a while now, but I’ve never really found the time to do so thoroughly, until now.
RSS Feed ~ Comment: by email - on Twitter ~ Share: Twitter - Facebook - Linked In - Google+ - Permanent link The time pass but my enthusiasm for Git continues to glow! Actually, it seams that I am not the only one to enjoy Git as surprisingly my last article on Git became the most read post (if I can rely on my website statistic...) before a lot of OpenGL articles as it can be expected. One great tool with Git is Gitk .