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Re: What a modern collaboration toolkit looks like

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: What a modern collaboration toolkit looks like
Date: Sat, 05 Jan 2008 00:55:46 -0500

    So perhaps you hack all day, periodically making commits (using "git
    commit") which store your changes into the .git subdir.  Then when you
    later connect to the net, you can merge the new changes in .git into the
    remote emacs repository on savannah (using "git push").

It sounds like "git push" is the real analogue of CVS commit,
and that this is the closest match-up between the concepts of git
and the concepts of CVS:

          CVS           GIT
          save file  =  commit
          commit     =  pull or push

But I still don't understand what step actually alters the trunk that
users will get by default from the public repository.  Does `push' do
that?  If not `push', then what?

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