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Gitweb Git Web Interface Video 0054

Friday, April 26th, 2013

A Video for the Ojambo.com Gitweb Git Web Interface article.
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Git Source Code Management Video 0050

Friday, March 29th, 2013

A Video for the Ojambo.com Git Source Code Management article.
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Gitweb Git Web Interface

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

Gitweb Web Interface For Git

Git comes with two graphical user interface (GUI) tools. The portable graphical interface to Git git-gui is used to commit repository changes. The git repository browser gitk is used to browse or display changes in a repository.

Both git-gui and gitk focus on single repositories. Change to the folder containing a git repository in order to use either gitk or git-gui (git gui from command line). Gitweb allows browsing of all repositories.

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Git Source Code Management

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Source Code Management Using Git

Web designers and application developers can use Git to track changes or versions. Git is a distributed version control system (dvcs). Every repository (local copy of source code) contains the complete history therefore rendering a central server redundant or network independent.

The focus of this tutorial will be on setting up two repositories. The remote repository can be located on a remote server or local disk drive. The local repository will refer to the version were changes are made on the local machine.

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