[development] CVS -> GIT
victorkane at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 23:15:33 UTC 2011
To feel comfortable with Git, make this book your bible:
<http://progit.org/book/>Chapter 2 starts getting you used to your everyday
workings, and particularly explains the cool "staging" concept (I wanna
commit just a bit, then another bit...) which is one of the things that
makes Git shine, apart from the fact that it is distributed.
Check out the beautiful "file status lifecycle" diagram at:
<http://progit.org/book/ch2-2.html>Read (and re-read, I often forget a whole
bunch of stuff and conveniences) and you will start feeling comfy with Git
in no time.
On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 7:20 PM, davi "presto" vidal <presto.dk at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 6:40 PM, Daniel F. Kudwien
> <news at unleashedmind.com> wrote:
> >> Using a CLI on Windoze is a pain - and, yes, there are
> >> a few of us misguided folks who use Windows.
> >> Nancy
> > I'm on Windows, too. TortoiseGit works nicely so far, but of course, you
> > need to understand git basics/workflows first. Also had troubles
> > understanding it at the beginning.
> > As an alternative to TortoiseGit you might try SmartGit , but needless
> > say it's a huge difference if you're used to working from within Windows
> > Explorer.
> > sun
> >  http://www.syntevo.com/smartgit
> I'm also on Windows and I've used TortoiseGit, SmartGit and
> "vanilla" Git. Both Tortoise and SmartGit are _great_ tools and do the
> work _very_ well. But I must agree with everyone that already told you
> that you _need_ to know the basics in order to use those correctly.
> That being said, if I had to choose between Tortoise and SmartGit
> *today*, I would kept with SmartGit, since the last time I tested
> Tortoise (Jan 2010) it wasn't working very well. But I'm giving it a
> new try and it seems to be working fine so far.
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