How do you create a pdf for a production team

Ok, after seeing this post by PJ Hyett, I have decided to skip to the end and go with Git. So what I need is a beginner’s practical guide to How do you create a pdf for a production team. 35a7 7 0 1 1 1. 9 2 2 2h16a2 2 0 0 0 2-2v-4.

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07A8 8 0 0 0 8. 8 0 0 1 0-3. 83a8 8 0 0 0 0 7. 3A8 8 0 0 0 1. 77 0 0 1 4. How do you set up Git?

How do you get the latest code? How do you check out code? How do you commit changes? How do you see what’s uncommitted, or the status of your current codebase?

How do you destroy unwanted commits? How do you compare two revisions of a file, or your current file and a previous revision? How do you see the history of revisions to a file? How do you merge files changed at the “same time”? How do you ‘mark’ ‘tag’ or ‘release’ a particular set of revisions for a particular set of files so you can always pull that one later? How do you pull a particular ‘release’? How do you merge branches?

How do you resolve conflicts and complete the merge? How do you merge parts of one branch into another branch? How do I track remote branches? How can I create a branch on a remote repository? How do I delete a branch on a remote repository?

Describe and link to a good GUI, IDE plugin, etc. Git a non-command line resource, but please list its limitations as well as its good. Any other common tasks a beginner should know? How do I work effectively with a subversion repository set as my source control source? I’ll also link to the entries from the bullet list above so it’s easy to find them later. This post is community owned as of Oct 15 ’09 at 15:12.

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