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>>> '''https://linux.ucla.edu/git/''' <<<
 
>>> '''https://linux.ucla.edu/git/''' <<<
  
'''Git''' is a free and open source distributed version control system, and LUG@UCLA's preferred method of sharing source code. LUG@UCLA hosts official LUG software projects at the address above. If you are working on a LUG related project, please consider using this repository. If you just want to host your personal project, follow our tutorial for setting up gitweb in your public [[Web Hosting|web space]] (an example of this would be [https://linux.ucla.edu/~sankeytm/gitweb Troy's gitweb]).
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'''Git''' is a free and open source distributed version control system, and LUG@UCLA's preferred method of sharing source code. LUG@UCLA hosts official LUG software projects at the address above. If you are working on a LUG related project, consider [[Creating a LUG repo|creating a repository]].
  
For creating an official LUG@UCLA Git repository, [[Creating a LUG repo|follow this guide]].
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If you just want to host your personal project, follow our tutorial for setting up gitweb in your public [[Web Hosting|web space]] (an example of this would be [https://linux.ucla.edu/~sankeytm/gitweb Troy's gitweb]).

Revision as of 00:19, 9 November 2013

>>> https://linux.ucla.edu/git/ <<<

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system, and LUG@UCLA's preferred method of sharing source code. LUG@UCLA hosts official LUG software projects at the address above. If you are working on a LUG related project, consider creating a repository.

If you just want to host your personal project, follow our tutorial for setting up gitweb in your public web space (an example of this would be Troy's gitweb).