Get feedback with pull requests

Get feedback with pull requests Pull requests combine the review and merge of your code into a single collaborative process. Once you’re done fixing a bug or new feature in a branch, create a new pull request. Add the members of the team to the pull request so they can review and vote on your changes. Use pull requests to review works in progress and get early feedback on changes. There’s no commitment to merge the changes as the owner can abandon the pull request at any time. ...

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Memahami History Git

Understand Git history Git represents history in a fundamentally different way than centralized version controls systems (CVCS) such as Team Foundation Version Control, Perforce, or Subversion. Centralized systems store a separate history for each file in a repository. Git stores history as a graph of snapshots of the entire repository. These snapshots—which are called commits in Git—can have multiple parents, creating a history that looks like a graph instead of a straight line. ...

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Menyimpan File Dan Berbagi File Dengan Git

Save and share code with Git Saving and sharing versions of code with your team are the most common things you do when using version control. Git has an easy three step workflow for these tasks: Create a new branch for your work Commit your changes Push the branch to share it with your team Git makes it easy to manage your work using branches. Make every bugfix, new feature, added test, and updated configuration in a new branch. ...

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Set up a repository

Set up a repository A Git repository, or repo, is a folder that you’ve told Git to help you track file changes in. You can have any number of repos on your computer, each stored in their own folder. Each Git repo on your system is independent, so changes saved in one Git repo don’t affect the contents of another. A Git repo contains every version of every file saved in the repo. ...

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Cara Install Dan Setting Git

Cara Install Dan Setting Git Install and set up Git Git isn’t usually set up by default on your computer, so you need to install and configure it before you can start using it to manage your code. It’s important to keep Git up to date, just like all the other software on your machine. Updates protect you from security vulnerabilities, fix bugs, and give you access to new features. ...

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Apa Itu Git?

Apa Itu Git? Git is the most commonly used version control system today and is quickly becoming the standard for version control. Git is a distributed version control system, meaning your local copy of code is a complete version control repository. These fully-functional local repositories make it is easy to work offline or remotely. You commit your work locally, and then sync your copy of the repository with the copy on the server. ...

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