Git – The version control system

Git is a version control system and a very good friend of a developer. Todays all projects are very much depend on git. What’s the use of git? If a programmer develops a project he want to take copies of the progressing project at stage by stage. Using git we can ‘commit’ the project by giving comments like ‘first commit’ , ‘second commit’ etc. When a programmer deletes a file, he can recover the file using git. Git uses a tree structure to hold the data. It has a parent repository called master branch. We can change the branch to another and can process the data. Multiple branches are using when working on a projects with multiple developers. This branch master is unaltered when working on another branch. Download .rpm packages from RPM packages, and .deb packages from Debian Packages

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