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OBD76E: DVCS git ‘‘especially what I need to know’™’ :http://1.JotHere.com/5601#OBD76E

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      1. OU0G8F: ‘op’ publish 1 after {;date 2017.08.01TuePst0729 ;polish .70 ;version 1 ;words 578 ;revision 1}
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        2. OU0G27: after date 2017.08.01TuePst0725 after words 576 after entry template is /5812#ON705D after ‘publishing my articles for James’ reference in his thesis starting with his Proposal :OTZUJB
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  2. OBD78Y: entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Git_(software) :OBD78Y
  3. OHJ8PF: usage
    1. OHJ8PP: starting 2010~, notably the most popular ‘VCS(Version Control System) :OHJ8R3’, especially in open-source
  4. OBD7SS: commit/check-in/revision
    1. OBD7BT: digital signing :OBD7D8’ :OBD7BT

      1. OBE90X: how to
        1. OBE91B: official https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Tools-Signing-Your-Work
      2. OBE8VR: amount of use
        1. OBE8JQ: lower than usual (if it happens) could be caused by ‘‘Cryptographic authentication of history’ .. :OBE8TXper inventor Linus
  5. OBE8TL: history
    1. OBE8TQ: authentication
      1. OBE8TX: is cryptographic per ‘Cryptographic authentication of history’ in OBD78Y :OBE8TX
  6. OHJ8YT: repo
    1. OHJ8YI: over ~1GB :OHJ8YI
      1. OHJ9GH: git fails here
        1. OHJ9H8: official declaration?
          1. OHJ9KK: http://google.com/search?q=huge+OR+large+OR+big+OR+LFS+file+OR+repo+site%3Agit-scm.com doesn’t seem to find any
      2. OHJ9TK: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17888604/git-with-large-files (from #4 of OHJ91G) has good/great info
      3. OHJ91G: search http://google.com/search?q=git+huge+OR+file+large+OR+big+OR+huge :OHJ91G
  7. OC9OGR: client
    1. OC9OIP: my goals
      1. OC9OK0: supports including does ‘‘digital signing :OBD7D8’ :OBD7BT’ :OC9OK0
      2. OC9OLO: runs on Windows, Linux, & ideally Mac :OC9OLO
    2. OC9OGX: CLI
      1. OC9OH3: native
      2. OP4MYO: in ‘PowerShell :OA68LB
        1. OP4N8V: notable pros thru cons
          1. OP4QLZ: what ‘GitHub Desktop :OC9OHI’ picks at least for Windows
        2. OP4NAN: GitHub Desktop’s Git Shell :OP4NAN
          1. OP4NAV: of ‘GitHub Desktop :OC9OHI
          2. OP4RUE: includes ‘posh-git :OP4RJR
            1. OP4RZU: official acknowledgement/mention
              1. OP4RUV: none so far it strongly appears per OP4RZZ
              2. OP4RZZ: search http://google.com/search?q=site%3Adesktop.github.com+OR+site%3Ahelp.github.com%2Fdesktop+posh-git :OP4RZZ –extends OP4RH4
            2. OP4RVC: confirmed by {code match OP4KTS} and { ‘2017/01/24 v3.3.4 ..Posh-Git updated to the latest version.’ of #OP4S9X}
              1. OP52BX: this falls within Posh-Git releases ‘on Jan 30 v0.7.0-pre1 6fd6a31 [and] on Mar 29, 2016 v0.6.1 a9466dc ’so Desktop coders may have grabbed 1 of the latest say ‘master’ code around that date
        3. OP4RJR: posh-git :OP4RJR
          1. OP4RN4: make http://dahlbyk.github.io/posh-git/
          2. OP4RLP: source https://github.com/dahlbyk/posh-git
          3. OP4RNY: entry https://chocolatey.org/packages/poshgit
          4. OP4ROF: I ref’d #1 by & at OP4KLX
    3. OC9OH8: GUI
      1. OC9OHI: GitHub Desktop :OC9OHI
        1. OP4NKZ: make https://desktop.github.com
          1. OP4NGB: help make https://help.github.com/desktop/
          2. OP4RH4: search site:desktop.github.com OR site:help.github.com/desktop :OP4RH4
          3. OP4S68: https://desktop.github.com/release-notes/windows/
            1. OP4S7X: dynamic (so key) content is not captured by https://web-beta.archive.org/web/20170214192314/https://desktop.github.com/release-notes/windows/ & successors!
            2. OP4S9X: archive now http://archive.is/a2e4m :OP4S9X
        2. OC9OHM: entry http://alternativeto.net/software/github-desktop/ -Likes currently 4 in ~27
        3. OP4QR4: release 1: https://github.com/blog/2046-github-desktop-is-now-available ‘August 12, 2015 ’
        4. OP4NHU: https://chocolatey.org/packages/GitHub
        5. OC9OMY: notable pros thru cons
          1. OC9OPB: has special GitHub support (of value I’m not sure)
          2. OC9ONK: lacks Linux support
            1. OP4NJD: official https://help.github.com/desktop/faq/articles/why-don-t-you-support-the-linux-platform/
          3. OP4QWP: closed-source
        6. OP4QMR: shell
          1. OP4QMZ: in Windows, ‘‘Git Shell’ :OP4NAN
          2. OP4QO2: in Mac, ‘Command Line Tools’
            1. OP4R5K: in program I only see related: ‘Repository -> Open in Terminal’ (which opens bash) and ‘Settings->Advanced->Install Command Line Tools’
      2. OC9OHW: SmartGit
        1. OC9OI1: entry http://alternativeto.net/software/smartgit/ likes currently 133 so #2 of ~27
        2. OC9OXB: notable pros thru cons
          1. OC9OWV: in next version: ‘Sign Tags and Commits’ in version 8 per http://syntevo.com/smartgit/whatsnew