Git: Links, News And Resources (3)

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More links about this Distributed Version Control System

Moving Projects from Google Code to GitHub

GitFAQ – Mono

Creating a svn.authorsfile when migrating from subversion to git

Git with Dropbox – Stack Overflow

dalehenrich / filetree
Monticello repository for directory-based Monticello packages enabling the use of git, svn, etc. for managing Smalltalk source code.

Practical Git for Smalltalk

Git Book – Ignoring files

Git vs Mercurial: Why Git?

Git: the NoSQL database –
We all know that Git is pretty amazing. It’s fast, reliable, flexible, and it keeps our project history safely nuzzled in it’s cozy object database while we sleep soundly at night. But I’m curious to see if it can be used for more than code.

libgit2 / libgit2sharp
.NET bindings for libgit2

Version Control Reinvigorated: From SVN to Git and GitHub |

git – the simple guide – no deep shit!

Using NuGet without committing packages

InfoQ: Code2Cloud: Automating The Whole Software Dev/Deploy Cycle
Ryan Slobojan presents Code2Cloud used to automatically set up a number of tools useful for development and deployment: Hudson, Git, task repository, wiki, Cloud Foundry Deployment Services and Maven.

Astonishments, ten, in the history of version control

Setting up .gitignore for java web appplications on windows
Just like CVS has .cvsignore and SVN has .svnignore files, git has a way to ignore certain resources by using a .gitignore file. This post will show you how to use git’s ignore features to avoid committing certain files.

Deploying Node.js Applications to Windows Azure via Blobs or Git Sync
A few weeks ago at the Future of Web Apps London (great conference, by the way!), I gave a presentation about how to get the most out of a cloud platform. At the end of the talk, I showed a brief demo of (source on GitHub), a Node.js app deployed in Windows Azure.

10 tutoriales sobre Git para principiantes

Top 10 Git Tutorials for Beginners

How to Get the Most out of Git
Git has become the programming world’s most popular version control system–at least that’s what surveys conducted by Microsoft Corp. suggest. While there are abundant write-ups already available for new users and administrators, from tutorials to descriptions of clever merge workflows, I still often encounter a few missteps in basic version control naming and layout.

Moving Files from one Git Repository to Another, Preserving History
If you use multiple git repositories, it’s only a matter of time until you’ll want to refactor some files from one project to another.
Move directory 1 from Git repository A to Git repository B.
Git repository A contains other directories that we don’t want to move.
We’d like to perserve the Git commit history for the directory we are moving.

From: Linus Torvalds <torvalds <at>>
Subject: The coolest merge EVER!
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.version-control.git

Primeros pasos en Git: Creación y gestión de repositorios

Open Source (Almost) Everything
If you do it right, open sourcing code is great advertising for you and your company. At GitHub we like to talk publicly about libraries and systems we’ve written that are still closed but destined to become open source.

Ramificaciones e integración de cambios en Git

What’s the best CRLF handling strategy with git?

Deploying A Web Application with Git and FTP (2009)

Git Tutorial

GitHub:Help Remotes

My Links

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez

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