Using git – Part I

I have been using git for a while now and I have to say I like it a lot. It’s quick, easy to use and very informative when using the webgui as well.

The one thing that is kind of odd is the fact most, if not all commands are duplicated, for example the command git-pull can also be git pull. I know it’s the same but why have two options? I know it’s not a big deal, I just hope doesn’t get out of control.

The other thing is that when you updated your files and created a tag and you push your updates to the repository it doesn’t push the tag, you have to push tag manually. The developers know about it and I believe they are working on it. Otherwise I love git.

Even though git is designed for big projects and I don’t manage a big project at all, it doesn’t stop me from using git. After Linux Linus delivered another great piece of software.

I have been using git for a while now and I have to say I like it a lot. It’s quick, easy to use and very informative when using the webgui as well.

The one thing that is kind of odd is the fact most, if not all commands are duplicated, for example the command git-pull can also be git pull. I know it’s the same but why have two options? I know it’s not a big deal, I just hope doesn’t get out of control.

The other thing is that when you updated your files and created a tag and you push your updates to the repository it doesn’t push the tag, you have to push tag manually. The developers know about it and I believe they are working on it. Otherwise I love git.

Even though git is designed for big projects and I don’t manage a big project at all, it doesn’t stop me from using git. After Linux Linus delivered another great piece of software.

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