fast, scalable, distributed revision control system
Git is the most widely-used revision control system in Open Source. It is a distributed system with an emphasis on speed, data integrity, and support for distributed, non-linear workflows.
Many large and successful projects use Git, including the Linux Kernel, Perl, Eclipse, Gnome, KDE, Qt, Ruby on Rails, Android, PostgreSQL, Debian, and X.org.
This organization covers projects for Git itself. Other git-based software or services are not covered by this organization.
Git 2020 Projects
Convert submodule to builtinSome Git commands were initially implemented directly in shell script with some instances of Perl as well. As times progressed, various platforms to...
Implement Generation Number v2Git uses various clever methods for making operations on very large repositories faster, from bitmap indices for git fetch to generation numbers...
Unify ref-filter formats with other --pretty formatsGit has an old problem of duplicated implementations of some logic. For example, Git had at least 4 different implementations to format command...