Terminology


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Terminology

Before we proceed into talking more about centralized and distributed version control, it's time to add a few more terms to our lexicon. Here is the terms we've already discussed: repository, the database where your changes are tracked; working set, your local files with potential changes not yet in the repository; add and check in, ways of getting data in to the repository; check-out and update, ways of getting data from the repository into your working set; and revert or rollback, ways of updating your working set to match specific versions of the repository.

Distributed Repository Systems have the ability to take the contents of an entire repository, or the contents of a particular changeset, and send it to other users collaborating on the same project. When sending changes from one repository to another, you can do it via two methods, one is to use a method which uses HTTP or SSH to communicate the information to a remote server, the other is a way of extracting data from a repository...

Terminology
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Terminology 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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