Category Archives: Version control software

Setting up a central Git repository on a Windows server

In one of the first posts I wrote when I started this blog I tried to give a general overview of Git, which has quickly become probably the most successful version control system in current use, especially in new and … Continue reading

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Gittin’ the job done: the choice of a version control system

One of the good things about starting a software project from scratch is that you can think about the best way to organise your source code and documentation without the constraints of being in a place where a system, which … Continue reading

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