Tag Archives for git

GitLab acquires Gitorious

  This post says it all. So much for having to choose between libre options. This is also a case where reading the comments is worth it. There’s a very lively debate on the relative merits and pitfalls of “restrictive” … Continue reading

04. March 2015 by Mithat Konar
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Gitorious and GitLab

My last post talked about using alternatives to GitHub in order to (in no particular order): Encourage diversity in project hosting in light of GitHub’s (not undeserved) domination in the area. This is all the more important because the GitHub … Continue reading

21. March 2014 by Mithat Konar
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Why aren’t you on GitHub?

Only one of my 20 or so public repositories is currently on GitHub. The remainder are mostly on Bitbucket. I am seriously considering moving my public Git repos to Gitorious. Why, when everyone and their mother is shoving heaps of … Continue reading

18. March 2014 by Mithat Konar
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Git tags

If you are using git-gui to manage your Git repositories, you may be perplexed that you can’t find support for tags anywhere. If that’s you, then you might also be overjoyed to learn that tagging support is actually part of … Continue reading

10. August 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Git again

I’ve finally gotten around to using Git instead of Mercurial on a project. So far it has been uneventful. I still prefer Mercurial because it treats all OSes as first class citizens and because I think the CLI is cleaner. … Continue reading

08. June 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Gradually going Git?

I’ve been using Mercurial along with Bitbucket for project hosting for quite a while now. I’ve also grown quite fond of EasyMercurial to help manage my repositories. However, I have started to wonder if I should consider using Git as … Continue reading

05. August 2012 by Mithat Konar
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