Git Support

Version control is a system that records changes of a file or even a whole project. It allows you to keep all the previous versions of your files as well as roll back to any of them, compare changes over time, define who and when made changes, and much more. In addition, you are able to work on the same project together with your colleagues and then merge all the changes.

For all these issues The Welkin Suite has a built-in Git support, so you can work with s Git repository right from The Welkin Suite without switching to any other applications. You have the ability to commit your changes, work with different branches or create your own separate branches, merge changes and resolve conflicts, dig through the logs and many other options — everything is on hand and does not require you to use additional tools.

In this section:

  • Version Control panel — all the abilities to manage the work with a Git repository in the Version Control panel,
  • How to start working with a Git repository from TWS — a step-by-step instruction how to set a Git client and initiate a repository,
  • Commits — the main element of the work with Git — commits — the snapshots of your latest changes,
  • Branches — work on a separate functionality block without disturbing another code,
  • How to pull and push — keep in touch with all the latest changes inside your projects made by your colleagues,
  • How to compare revisions — find the reason of any issue or merge conflict just in a few clicks,
  • Modifying .gitignore file — this feature helps you to skip unnecessary files to be updated in a Git repository,
  • Limitations — learn about limitations in work with Git that are present now.

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Last modified: 2017/02/03 13:48

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