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git - How can I remove a commit on github? - Stack Overflow

"Undo" the last commit to a remote Git repository.


LakTEK – Handy Git commands that saves my day

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How to use some non-trivial Git commands that are very useful.

Gérez vos codes sources avec Git

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Tutoriel du "site du zéro" à propos de Git. Bonne entrée en matière, bien vulgarisé.

Git Reference

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This is the Git reference site. This is meant to be a quick reference for learning and remembering the most important and commonly used Git commands. The commands are organized into sections of the type of operation you may be trying to do, and will preset the common options and commands needed to accomplish these common tasks.

LiquiBase | Database Refactoring | home

LiquiBase is an open source (LGPL), database-independent library for tracking, managing and applying database changes. It is built on a simple premise: All database changes are stored in a human readable yet trackable form and checked into source control.

Why Git is Better Than X

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This site is here because I seem to be spending a lot of time lately defending Gitsters against charges of fanboyism, bandwagonism and koolaid-thirst. So, here is why people are switching to Git from X, and why you should too. Just click on a reason to view it.

Hg Init: a Mercurial tutorial by Joel Spolsky

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Mercurial is a modern, open source, distributed version control system, and a compelling upgrade from older systems like Subversion. In this user-friendly, six-part tutorial, Joel Spolsky teaches you the key concepts.

Git Client - SmartGit

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SmartGit is an efficient user interface for Git, focussing on simplicity and targeting non-experts and people who prefer a graphical application over command line usage.


InfoQ: Distributed Version Control Systems: A Not-So-Quick Guide Through

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Since Linus Torvalds presentation at Google about git in May 2007, the adoption and interest for Distributed Version Control Systems has been constantly rising. We will introduce the concept of Distributed Version Control, see when to use it, why it may be better than what you're currently using, and have a look at three actors in the area: git, Mercurial and Bazaar.

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