Jun 07, 2008, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Martin Heller)
"Those of you who are open source developers have probably
already figured out that I'm going to talk about Git, the version
control system, and that no, I don't actually mean 'Git going' for
most of you. If you're already using Git, then do git going:
there's probably nothing new for you to see here, unless you have
something to add.
"The short summary is that Git is the version control system
that Linus Torvalds wrote for managing the Linux Kernel
development. It's a distributed version control system focused on
speed, effectiveness and real-world usability on large projects,
and one of its strongest points for open source projects is that it
has an easy way to send patches by e-mail, which vastly simplifies
projects with many submitters and few committers..."