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Links 1 through 10 of 22 by Atif Aziz tagged scc

Background to the Golden Rule of Rebasing: “Never rebase branches or trees that you pulled. Only rebase local branches.”

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“Now that things have settled down from the move to Rackspace, I wanted to take some time to go over the architectural changes that we’ve made in order to bring you a speedier, more scalable GitHub.”

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HgWin is a GUI tool for Mercurial version control system, similar to hgtk.

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Developer-focused source control (svn, hg or git) at spouse-friendly prices.

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This is a Java-based approach to do real searching within a complete Subversion repository. All revisions on all paths within a whole repository are indexed. File name, path, log message, properties and more are made available for search.

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Mercurial is a distributed version control system written in Python that is gaining popularity. As of Pylons 0.9.6, the Pylons development code is kept in a Mercurial repository. This article is based on the Mercurial book and usage chart. and is meant to be a quick overview of Mercurial for users familiar with Subversion.

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Cheat sheet in PNG format on Mercurial usage.

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Cheat sheet in PNG format on getting started with Mercurial.

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Dan G. Switzer, II, shareshis tips on how to debug hook scripts in a Subversion repository on Windows. He explains that Subversion executes all hook programs with an empty environment, that hooks don't execute from the hooks folder, and finally how to save a log file of a hook's execution output for diagnosis.

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A brief introduction to Git for users with background in Subversion. Does not cover many/any of the fundamentals of Git.

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