|Re: Basic Help [message #523058 is a reply to message #523049]
||Wed, 24 March 2010 22:11
this tutorial gives two example how to get code from external sides:
Hope it helps.
On 24.03.2010 14:24, Ben Alembick wrote:
> I am completely new to this (eclipse and GIT - actually just trying to
> switch from homesite :) so project etc are a new phenomenon to me.), in
> fact i am pretty new to source control in general i looked into using
> some (SVN) about 6 years ago but never actually got round to doing
> I have been recommended by a few people that if i am starting from
> scratch then it would be a good idea to try and get my head around GIT
> as opposed to using SVN. Plus my research seems to point towards GIT
> being the Future.
> I have a general understanding of SVN in that a central repository is
> stored on a server somewhere, and everyone takes their code from there,
> but GIT is made up of lots of separate repositories 9not sure how they
> all link together)
> The more i think about this the more i don't understand how its is all
> meant to work. I have EGIT installed and have kinda gotten the hang of
> committing, adding to version control & resource history on a local
> project stored on my machine.
> However i have my live sites on a remote server hosted (at Alurium) how
> should i go about getting the sites onto my local machine and using GIT?
> then syncing?
> Im at a complete loss
> Cheers in advance
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