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Implementing the ‘Git flow’

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Git can be used in a variety of ways which is cool. But still, when working within a team, it is good to have a consensus on a common, shared approach in order to avoid conflicts. This article quickly explains how we implemented the “git flow” pattern in one of our projects. Git-flow… …is a popular strategy which works around ...

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jOOQ Tuesdays: Yalim Gerger brings Git to Oracle

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We’re excited to launch a new series on our blog: the jOOQ Tuesdays. In this series, we’ll publish an article on the third Tuesday every month where we interview someone we find exciting in our industry from a jOOQ perspective. This includes people who work with SQL, Java, Open Source, and a variety of other related topics. We have the ...

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JGit Authentication Explained

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Authentication in JGit is mostly on par with native Git. Commonly used protocols like SSH and HTTP(S) and their authentication methods are supported. This article summarizes how to use the JGit authentication API to securely access remote Git repositories. Though the examples in this article use the CloneCommand, the described techniques can be applied to all classes that connect to ...

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Explore Git Internals with the JGit API

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Have you ever wondered how a commit and its content is stored in Git? Well, I have, and I had some spare time over the last rainy weekend, so I did a little research. Because I feel more at home with Java than with Bash, I used JGit and a couple of learning tests to explore the Git internals of ...

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How to Access a Git Repository with JGit

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A Git repository is represented in JGit through the Repository class that can be viewed as a handle to a repository. With a Repository instance, you can create JGit commands (through the Git factory class), gain access to configuration settings, resolve refs, etc. There are several ways to obtain a repository reference and because I have seen people having trouble ...

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Migrate your project from SVN to Git Stash in few steps

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Step by step guide on how to migrate your SVN repository with all its history to the Stash, the Atlassian git manager.                   Only once : add the ssh key open a terminal create the authors.txt file in ~/Documents/ git config svn.authorsfile ~/Documents/authors.txt authors.txt format : username = Name LastName <email> example ...

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Implementing the ‘Git flow’

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Git can be used in a variety of ways which is cool. But still, when working within a team, it is good to have a consensus on a common, shared approach in order to avoid conflicts. This article quickly explains how we implemented the “git flow” pattern in one of our projects. Git-flow… …is a popular strategy which works around ...

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Maven Git Release

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I need to start this post by stating that I’ve only started to work seriously with Git within the last year. Unfortunately, a lot of the projects that I work on are still using SVN or CVS, but I’m now finally starting in a few that use Git. During the last few years, I’ve done a lot of software releases ...

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gonsole weeks: oops – it’s a framework

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While Eclipse ships with a comprehensive Git tool, it seems that for certain tasks many developers switch to the command line. This gave Rüdiger and me the idea, to start an open source project to provide a git console integration for the IDE. What happened so far during the gonsole weeks can be read in eclipse egit integration and content ...

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Using Git- Part -I : Basics

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Introduction Git is popular distributed version control system created by Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux OS. So, as you might have guessed it is first used for version controlling the Linux Kernel code.             Its widely used in most of open source and closed source software development. Thanks to Github popularity and its own feature ...

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