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* [http://git.rsbx.net/ Documents and Notes] by Raymond S Brand -Out of date? (edit if not)
 
* [http://git.rsbx.net/ Documents and Notes] by Raymond S Brand -Out of date? (edit if not)
 
* [http://www.golden-gryphon.com/software/misc/packaging.html Packaging Software using Git] is an analysis of schemes people use for packaging.
 
* [http://www.golden-gryphon.com/software/misc/packaging.html Packaging Software using Git] is an analysis of schemes people use for packaging.
  See also [http://vcs-pkg.org/ vcs-pkg] project, aim of which is to investigate the use of version control for distro package maintenance.
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: See also [http://vcs-pkg.org/ vcs-pkg] project, aim of which is to investigate the use of version control for distro package maintenance.
 
* [http://www.jinx.de/teclog/Entries/2009/1/15_Git_and_DMG_build_scripts_for_Xcode.html Git scripts for Xcode users] Build and distribution scripts for Xcode can now also found on [http://github.com/jollyjinx/jnxfree github].
 
* [http://www.jinx.de/teclog/Entries/2009/1/15_Git_and_DMG_build_scripts_for_Xcode.html Git scripts for Xcode users] Build and distribution scripts for Xcode can now also found on [http://github.com/jollyjinx/jnxfree github].
 
* Slides from [http://www.breitbandig.de/git/git-as-cvs-en.odp Git as cvs replacement talk] (for cvs refugees) and [http://www.breitbandig.de/git/advanced-git-en.odp Advanced Git talk] by Thomas Pasch
 
* Slides from [http://www.breitbandig.de/git/git-as-cvs-en.odp Git as cvs replacement talk] (for cvs refugees) and [http://www.breitbandig.de/git/advanced-git-en.odp Advanced Git talk] by Thomas Pasch
 
* [http://www.ralfebert.de/blog/tools/visual_git_tutorial_1/ Visual git tutorial] - The visual git tutorial explains how to locally track project files. It shows how to add and commit changes, how to browse the history, revert changes and how to work with tags and branches.
 
* [http://www.ralfebert.de/blog/tools/visual_git_tutorial_1/ Visual git tutorial] - The visual git tutorial explains how to locally track project files. It shows how to add and commit changes, how to browse the history, revert changes and how to work with tags and branches.
* [http://www.eqqon.com/index.php/Collaborative_Github_Workflow Collaborative git workflow] explains how to collaborate with git on an open source project that is (not necessarily) hosted on [[GitHub]].
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* [http://www.eqqon.com/index.php/Collaborative_Github_Workflow Collaborative git workflow] explains how to collaborate with git on an open source project that is (not necessarily) hosted on GitHub.
 
* [http://wiki.impressive-media.de/doc/git-%C3%BCber-apache-und-webdav-git-%C3%BCber-http HowTo: Installation of Apache WebDAV for git over http]
 
* [http://wiki.impressive-media.de/doc/git-%C3%BCber-apache-und-webdav-git-%C3%BCber-http HowTo: Installation of Apache WebDAV for git over http]
 
* [http://wiki.impressive-media.de/doc/git-165-unter-debian-lenny-bzw-ubuntu-jaunty HowTo: Installation of git 1.6.5 under Debain Lenny and Ubuntu Jaunty]
 
* [http://wiki.impressive-media.de/doc/git-165-unter-debian-lenny-bzw-ubuntu-jaunty HowTo: Installation of git 1.6.5 under Debain Lenny and Ubuntu Jaunty]

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Git Documentation

Documentation on this Wiki

All documentation residing on this wiki is put in the

User contributed Documentation

See also vcs-pkg project, aim of which is to investigate the use of version control for distro package maintenance.

Man pages

Each git command is documented in its own man page. If the man pages are installed on your local system running:

$ man git-log

will give you the man page for the git log command. git(7) serves as an overview of git commands and man pages.

Online versions of the Git man pages corresponding to the latest development version can be found at:

There also exists a handful of technical documents that describes lowlevel details on how different parts of git operates. These are mostly useful for developers. You can find them in the Documentation/technical directory in the git source tree.

Git's Documentation To-Do list

If you wish that something were documented better (or at all), or would like to contribute to Git's documentation, you should check the Documentation_To-Do_List to see whether your wish has already been mentioned, or to find something to write about.

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