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UPDATE: I’ve updated the msysgit installation screens so they are more current. Git-126.96.36.199 is the latest one as of this update. The subsequent screens show Git-1.6.3. I assure you that all of the commands in the first three parts of this series will work on 1.6.3. Git For Windows Developers – Git Series – Part 1
About Note: This guide was written in early 2009. Some parts of it may be out of date. Good luck!
Welcome to the Git version control system! Here we will briefly introduce you to Git usage based on your current Subversion knowledge. You will need the latest Git installed; There is also a potentially useful tutorial in the Git documentation. This page is not maintained anymore! The up-to-date version of this tutorial is the GitSvnCrashCourse page at the Git wiki. The copy below might be better edited and nicer to read, but is likely to contain some advices and commands that may not match the current best practices anymore.
I’ve been a user of Microsoft Visual SourceSafe for a long time. Back in the days of VB5 and 6 it was the obvious choice and continued to be for the first few releases of Visual Studio .NET as well. In the typical environment at the time, it was easy to set up and had pretty good integration with the IDE. I recently started a new project with a new client and was faced with establishing an adequate development environment. We have a two-member development team and the client doesn’t currently have a place for us to sit onsite. We’ll be using Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 for writing web applications, SSIS packages, and database changes.
April 15, 2010 by gforgegroup GForge provides full support for the git SCM (Source Code Management) tool, in addition to SVN and CVS. Unlike SVN and CVS, git is a distributed tool where each user has a copy of the full repository in his or her machine. The basic workflow of git involves committing changes against the local repository and sharing the changes via pull and push operations. Since commits in the local repositories cannot be “seen” by the GForge server, GForge sets up a global, centralized (“bare”) repository where the changes can be pushed to. Setting up your project for git