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Do you want to gain insight into some of Git's internal design and be able to master some of its more powerful techniques? If you do, then this book is for you! Author Jon Loeliger, has done an outstanding job of writing a book that shows you how you can learn enough about basic Git operations to be productive in a short while.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Loeliger, begins by showing you how to install Git on Linux and Microsoft Windows and within Cygwin. Next, the author explores why and where Git differs by examining the key components of its architecture and some important concepts. Then, he explains how to manage the index and your corpus of files. The author continues by showing you how to select, create, view, and remove branches. Next, he covers some of the basics of git diff and some of its special capabilities. Then, he shows you how to combine two or more different lines of development. The author continues by showing you examples and techniques to share, track, and obtain data across multiple repositories. Next, he presents two approaches to managing and publishing repositories for cooperative development. Then, the author explains when you might want to use patches and shows you how to generate, send, and apply a patch. He continues by discussing why developers create submodules and how Git attempts to deal with them. Finally, the author shows you how to use Git when the rest of your team employs a Subversion.
This most excellent book shows you why Git is a powerful, flexible, and low-overhead version control tool that makes collaborative development a pleasure. More importantly, if you read this book cover to cover, you'll discover why Git has proven valuable to a wide range of projects.
Posted February 18, 2013
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