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Re: Which git front-end in emacs is better?

From: Jonathan Groll
Subject: Re: Which git front-end in emacs is better?
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2008 16:35:46 +0200
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On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 11:13:23PM +0200, Richard Riley wrote:
I would be interested in which tutorials people used to learn how best
to use GIT. I've found plenty of examples of how it works, but none of
how to work *with* it. e.g A programmer has 3 main directory hierarchies
he wishes to control. Do all 3 go in one repository? Where does that
repository reside? Local? Remote? Does one need to check in /out etc -
I'm sure its out there but its hard to find beneath all the explanations
tend to concentrate on that which the user doesn't generally care about
such as how git stores "blobs" and how it hashes file names etc.
This is a start but is svn orientated, but any other pointers
appreciated preferably without svn and only using git.

This document was useful (although git-init is not covered):

This document provided a useful succinct overview for me:

What I myself am looking for is a document explaining how to get git
working with ECB Version Control.

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