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tutorials:scmgit-intro [2011/04/30 14:46]
clemens created
tutorials:scmgit-intro [2012/04/30 19:00]
memnon Added "Further Reading" Section
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 ===== Copying your central repository to a client machine ===== ===== Copying your central repository to a client machine =====
  
-Last thing: Now that you have a central copy, how do you check it out? use "git clone":​\\ \\  git clone ssh://​user@sdf.lonestar.org:​~/​git/​proj\\ \\+Last thing: Now that you have a central copy, how do you check it out? use "git clone":​\\ \\  git clone [[ssh://​user@sdf.lonestar.org:​~/​git/​proj]]\\ \\
  
 ===== Backing up all your existing git repos to a remote server ===== ===== Backing up all your existing git repos to a remote server =====
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 Git also provides the command "git pull" to do a fetch followed by a merge. This is unlike CVS and Subversion, where "​update"​ works like "​pull"​. The two commands are provided because your local repo is not meant to be a copy of the remote, so you need to be able to fetch the remote without merging it into your local repository. Git also provides the command "git pull" to do a fetch followed by a merge. This is unlike CVS and Subversion, where "​update"​ works like "​pull"​. The two commands are provided because your local repo is not meant to be a copy of the remote, so you need to be able to fetch the remote without merging it into your local repository.
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 +===== Further Reading =====
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 +There are quite a few good tutorials freely available on the net. Check out: 
 +  * [[http://​www.webdesignerdepot.com/​2009/​03/​intro-to-git-for-web-designers/​|Intro to Git for Webdesigners]]
 +  * [[http://​gitimmersion.com/​|Git Immersion: Tour through the fundamentals]]
 +  * [[http://​progit.org/​book/​|Pro Git]]
 +  * [[http://​book.git-scm.com/​|The Git Community Book]]
  
 ===== TODO ===== ===== TODO =====
  
 merging/​branching\\ ​ Best look online for more in-depth tutorials.. I haven'​t needed these features yet as my projects are all just me, so I don't know how to do it!\\ \\ merging/​branching\\ ​ Best look online for more in-depth tutorials.. I haven'​t needed these features yet as my projects are all just me, so I don't know how to do it!\\ \\