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Git


Company: Git-SCM

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    Version Reviewing: 8.5.13

    "A fine tool that also helps working in a cloud environment"

    by Shimon on Aug 31, 2016 1:25 AM

    Summary:
    I must say I'm new to the tool but I have experienced other tools such as ClearCase(both Mottif version and MS-Windows version), StartTeam, Harvest and SVN. This tool - GIT - is somhow similar to SVN or maybe it's is some upgrade of it. I just learned how to use it and do some functions of it - such as CheckOut, Push and Pull. The Learning curve is very smooth and easy. The learning curve is an important factor for beginners.

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    Version Reviewing: 2.9.3

    "Perfect!"

    by aeclean on Aug 17, 2016 12:10 PM

    Summary:
    Git was made to smooth your day to day work. With tons of features, manage code won't be your main concern. I use it as command line but there are good UI Clients ou there too.

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    Version Reviewing: 2.93

    "GIT is a nice Version Control System"

    by RAVEENDRA on Aug 17, 2016 7:20 AM

    Summary:
    It is a nice tool to backup the data with versions. it is very useful to maintain the files with version controls. there is a option called check-in and check-out it is useful to restrict the other users to update when we are in check-in

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    Version Reviewing: 2.93

    "good version of Git"

    by Josh on Aug 16, 2016 2:49 PM

    Summary:
    solid implementation of git for windows. easy to install and use. recommended.

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    Version Reviewing: 3

    "developed by Linux"

    by MEENU on Jun 9, 2016 12:32 AM

    Summary:
    new fast-rising star of version control systems. Initially developed by Linux kernel creator Linus Torvalds, Git has recently taken the Web development community by storm

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    Version Reviewing: 2.3.3

    "Nice"

    by sugas on Mar 18, 2015 10:17 AM

    Summary:
    good and i like it

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    Version Reviewing: 1.9.5

    "GUI and CLI interfaces for Handling Git Source Code Management"

    by Bernard on Mar 17, 2015 4:37 AM

    Summary:
    Using local and remote Git repositories from Windpws (and other OSes) is quite easy with these 2 combined tools. My personal use: - GUI for code changes examination, for commits, for pushing changes, and for history browsing; if there is a potential conflict between source files, refuses to push before a merge is done (I usually do that with CLI) - Bash-like CLI for pulling (detects nicely possible conflicts), for adding subtrees. Missing: - I have found handling pulls from with GUI quite difficult and error-prone - no easy way to visualize from Windows explorer which files have been changed, the diffs, etc. -> for this I use TortoiseGit (but do NOT use TortoiseGit for pushes!)

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