Git is a distributed version control system. It supports non-linear, distributed development, allowing multiple contributors to work on a project simultaneously within what are called branches.
GitLab is a free Git repository management application, like GitHub or Bitbucket, that you can run on your own Linode.
GitLab is a complete solution for all aspects of your software development life-cycle. At its core, GitLab serves as your centralized Git repository.
Omnibus GitLab is a software package (or software stack) that allows you to easily install and run GitLab on your Linode.
Linode’s Guides and Tutorials library is managed through the use of Markdown files stored in a GitHub repository.
Gogs is a self-hosted Git service, similar to GitLab. It is written in Go and aims to be the easiest and most painless way to set up self-hosted Git service.
GitHub is a website that allows collaboration between developers using the Git version control system.
GitLab is a free git repository management application based on Ruby on Rails.
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Girocco is the underlying engine created to power one of the first public git hosting services at repo.
Mercurial is one of the leading distributed version control systems which allows software developers and teams of collaborators to work on a common code base without the need to rely on a centralized server or constant network connection.
Bazaar is a distributed version control system similar to git. Bazaar allows developers to track the progress of source code and collaborate on a single object of work without depending on a centralized server to coordinate their activity.
Subversion (SVN) is a centralized version control system. Used by software developers to track changes during the production and maintenance of a project.
What is Git?
Introduction to Installing Git Git was designed and developed by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development.
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