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One of the cool things about distributed version-control systems (VCSs) or source-control managers (SCMs) like bzr or git is that they don’t have to be distributed. Today, I stick virtually any text file I write into a (local) git repository, … Continue reading
Would you like a coworker without experience with git to use your git repository? Or are you that coworker who hasn’t used git before? Here’s what you need to know.