Getting files in and out of a repository


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Getting files in and out of a repository

The first thing you need to know to use Version Control is how to create either the entire repository or how to create a portion of the repository for the project you're working on. For a Centralized Version Control, most often the repository itself is created for you by your system administrator. With Distributed Version Control, you'll create the repository yourself at least on your local machine. And then you may synchronize it with another repository created on the server by an administrator. So you create the repository by using a command that's sometimes called initialize and sometimes called create.

And what this does is create an empty space for you to put your files and directories in, as we did in our sample before where we simply created myprog.c and checked it in. If your files already exist, meaning you're adding an existing project to Version Control, you can use the Add feature of your Version Control Software to bulk add all the files and directories into your work...

Getting files in and out of a repository
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Getting files in and out of a repository provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Michael Lehman as part of the Fundamentals of Software Version Control

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