Tag: Version Control System
What is the Difference Between Git and GitHub?
Posted on by Joseph Molloy
Category: Tutorials | Tags: Branching, CLI, Code, Command-line, Commit, Commit Message, Distributed Version Control, Gist, Git, Git Clone, Git Command, Git Environment, Git Repo, Git-Secret, Gitconfig, GitHub, Linux, List Gists, Local Repository, Merge, Repo, Repositories, Repository, SCM, Source Code Management, SVN, Tools, Ubuntu, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, VCS, Version Control, Version Control System, Versioning
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What is Git?
Git is a distributed version control system (or VCS), typically used to track files changes. It was developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux kernel. Git’s primary use is to keep track of changes within source code during the software development process. Source Code Management or SCM was the primary reason for its creation.
How To Install Git on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
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Git is one of the most popular tools used as a distributed version control system (VCS). Git is commonly used for source code management (SCM) and has become more used than old VCS systems like SVN. In this article, we'll show you how to install Git on your Ubuntu 16.04 cloud dedicated server.
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