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GitHub Alternative: Top 7 Best Source Code Hosting Sites As many of you may know, Gitorious – a website that let you host (open source) projects using Git version control – was recently purchased by GitLab, and it is to stop operations from May, 2015. In relation to this, we have a roundup of 7 GitHub alternatives for you to check out. GitHub GitHub is the world’s largest, and most popular code hosting site. GitHub users have a choice of using either Git or Subversion as their VCS (Version Control System), to manage, maintain and deploy software projects.
-force considered harmful; understanding git's -force-with-lease - Atlassian Developer Blog Reading Time: 5 minutes Git’s push --force is destructive because it unconditionally overwrites the remote repository with whatever you have locally, possibly overwriting any changes that a team member has pushed in the meantime. However there is a better way; the option –force-with-lease can help when you do need to do a forced push but still ensure you don’t overwrite other’s work. It’s well known that git’s push --force is strongly discouraged as it can destroy other commits already pushed to a shared repository. This isn’t always completely fatal (if the changes are in someone’s working tree then they can be merged), but at the very least it’s inconsiderate, at worst disastrous.
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GitHub Workflow (used by Frameworks team at BBC News) Introduction This is a quick post to cover a GitHub workflow that is utilised by our specific team (Frameworks) here at BBC News. The basis of our workflow is this: