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[推荐] 我也推荐给大家一本学习Git的书"Version Control with Git "

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发表于 2009-9-29 11:38:27 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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8 G0 Y8 `  }$ x0 ~7 N, R2 HA tool that manages and tracks different versions of software or other content is referred to generically as a version control system (VCS), a source code manager (SCM), a revision control system (RCS), and with several other permutations of the words“revision,” “version,” “code,” “content,” “control,” “management,” and “system.” Although the authors and users of each tool might debate esoterics, each system addresses the same issues: develop and maintain a repository of content, provide access to historical1 P6 h9 L9 L% W* |
editions of each datum, and record all changes in a log. In this book, the term; C0 |4 t5 g1 j# E' f" f2 A
version control system (VCS) is used to refer generically to any form of revision control system.
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: L. w0 Y. M5 M. nVersion Control with Git takes you step-by-step through ways to track, merge, and manage software projects, using this highly flexible open-source version control system. Git permits practically an infinite variety of methods for development and collaboration, but its flexibility also means that some users don't understand how to use it to best advantage. This book offers tutorials on ways to use it, as well as friendly yet rigorous advice to help you navigate Git's many functions.

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发表于 2010-3-4 10:39:49 | 显示全部楼层
这本书很好,把原理讲得很透彻!很适合在对Git有一定了解后,精进提高!9 l2 j3 ~* a  U' S$ a7 `
当然拿它做入门也不错,只是稍微厚了些~~
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发表于 2009-9-29 18:19:38 | 显示全部楼层

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Git现在发展的如火如荼,有机会研究一下!
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/ I2 B& q6 Q5 ^3 uPS:附上目录截图,供参考!

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 楼主| 发表于 2009-9-30 09:45:55 | 显示全部楼层
Table of Contents
8 K- ]6 [  q- x1.        Chapter 1 Introduction % u" c1 ~/ e% c& _0 B
    1.        Background
5 a9 A. A7 V4 w6 O, f" W$ v    2.        The Birth of Git) _! e: T* `! ~4 W% n! x
    3.        Precedents7 z& p$ y1 l  H7 j. |  @
     4.        Time Line
" Q# r/ ]" @0 S7 ~; S  p: W     5.        What’s in a Name?
) @5 E* Z. _& n" e) D! _2.        Chapter 2 Installing Git
6 ?* S' B/ ?8 u* u1 E    1.        Using Linux Binary Distributions6 f$ F; R, h  D) X2 `' G
    2.        Obtaining a Source Release
, K7 k) g: j  J7 H+ U0 n    3.        Building and Installing
3 I( ]5 a& u% e8 c; W( T    4.        Installing Git on Windows( U4 B  I! C% X+ n) r  ^1 o
3.        Chapter 3 Getting Started
" F: E" Q5 S$ p& X2 v    1.        The Git Command Line6 `9 ]" r3 H3 o+ d" U& X) e, e0 g/ b
    2.        Quick Introduction to Using Git0 \% B& b9 R- C+ V; {
    3.        Configuration Files9 }1 O/ U: q; l
    4.        Inquiry/ C( H; c& }5 U! z3 x! r
4.        Chapter 4 Basic Git Concepts
- ]9 |1 H) n' F' E     1.        Basic Concepts$ o* E3 e4 S, t& C3 d
     2.        Object Store Pictures
$ n# T2 N/ }1 D2 d1 k5 h    3.        Git Concepts at Work1 q" f0 u8 X' y2 ?% ]
5.        Chapter 5 File Management and the Index
( p3 D' [  l) k% {9 v. @     1.        It’s All About the Index
) a' e' A" V0 M0 o! k. \     2.        File Classifications in Git
* p3 j, w- ?4 v: |; D5 O     3.        Using git add- @, o$ D/ g# {- s' ]7 ~
      4.        Some Notes on Using git commit
3 g" @0 Y0 k: n; j- O( s     5.        Using git rm
$ x* Y5 i% Z8 V# S5 R0 y     6.        Using git mv
4 b3 W( U, T  G9 S6 `    7.        A Note on Tracking Renames& ?7 n2 [& u8 L' p3 f
     8.        The .gitignore File
% i! q5 [4 e4 p, q( c# o/ w( q     9.        A Detailed View of Git’s Object Model and Files% {+ e3 P! {* n1 K
6.        Chapter 6 Commits & C1 A7 f. I$ `4 z: d$ x5 |
  1.        Atomic Changesets
& Q+ Q, E6 z2 |) C$ w' @  ~  k# X    2.        Identifying Commits; i1 F* T# ^' R4 x# I
   3.        Commit History: m: n9 j7 y, d& w0 @
   4.        Finding Commits/ ^2 a# O, L' w7 b$ H- a
7.        Chapter 7 Branches ( J/ H/ E' j0 y# t6 A
   1.        Reasons for Using Branches" O1 |: e& e0 k1 ~) j* G- @1 m" V2 _
   2.        Branch Names9 g/ G3 [( z9 _8 |7 \) I
    3.        Using Branches
9 Q% m- t4 k8 U, N- m. w    4.        Creating Branches
# V4 W! Q( c% X5 R4 z" F    5.        Listing Branch Names/ F* V( M1 @! R- ?
    6 .        Viewing Branches1 x' y! ^4 Q% b
    7.        Checking Out Branches
- c! o  e9 a. q  U, G! C    8.        Deleting Branches4 ^8 G* e/ `* Q
8.        Chapter 8 Diffs
8 W) M' @2 X3 L( N& y/ z! n   1.        Forms of the git diff Command' d1 _: l% O* v' B4 T( R
   2.        Simple git diff Example% \' @- U, j2 Y
    3.        git diff and Commit Ranges9 h5 I7 y8 O' L4 n: o7 |$ W6 Y) t- |
    4.        git diff with Path Limiting( g$ y7 i' t7 e& B0 x
    5.        Comparing How Subversion and Git Derive diffs+ ^4 D+ v2 |8 \- t$ z* f9 ^- G6 [
9.        Chapter 9 Merges . n1 A2 p7 \$ s, B5 K5 q$ l
     1 .        Merge Examples0 ~7 [. f* H1 g. D
    2.        Working with Merge Conflicts
% G5 K3 f; \, ?3 _: u    3.        Merge Strategies* T, r3 O( d- ?* I2 u
    4.        How Git Thinks About Merges
: t% q5 Q. q; k2 b! a, q10.        Chapter 10 Altering Commits / q$ Y% q+ M# B* L
    1.        Caution About Altering History6 g' R# c% u5 G6 u4 @, t/ }
    2.        Using git reset
+ K" Q2 J* D. Z9 S5 D0 r" f% A   3.        Using git cherry-pick/ c% [; Y5 [7 D3 K6 e
    4.        Using git revert% v# t( Q. e, c( t3 J0 O
    5.        reset, revert, and checkout
4 a; c: H: e6 v   6.        Changing the Top Commit
& d9 N- c, R- R  p0 O6 D     7.        Rebasing Commits7 H+ w/ T) y* R, g
11.        Chapter 11 Remote Repositories
" l3 \- b+ y" o$ P+ ^) a    1.        Repository Concepts
9 ~% S$ @6 P0 X5 n7 g     2.        Referencing Other Repositories0 t( |- B& _- ?/ p- H% Y; X0 d
     3.        Example Using Remote Repositories
% `! E# `/ S1 {, V+ r0 p$ \      4.        Remote Repository Operations in Pictures2 B# V% F: z7 ^$ r4 [
     5.        Adding and Deleting Remote Branches
( ?; U8 G0 F8 t! b$ y( o* J+ K8 q, E     6.        Remote Configuration
2 O: O( Z# J3 w    7.        Bare Repositories and git push& [, m- ?/ g7 E4 o' O% H) Y
    8.        Publishing Repositories
- B- m* ?* X7 C$ j5 e( H( r& p1 i12.        Chapter 12 Repository Management
8 i, m5 o$ B# B1 \3 z" A    1.        Repository Structure
1 B0 D1 \9 e: o" B0 J    2.        Living with Distributed Development3 D: @4 f5 K& G6 u) w
     3.        Knowing Your Place
2 q7 H& Y2 n; G9 B    4.        Working with Multiple Repositories
: ]* a' P  p2 L6 W$ Y7 B6 |4 A13.        Chapter 13 Patches
; v! t% E0 B* r) X2 @. |    1.        Why Use Patches?
. J1 \3 f$ d0 r' [/ \+ j    2.        Generating Patches
. ^6 }% j& S* \  U   3.        Mailing Patches
2 e7 R; o: r3 ]1 _9 V. M( j   4.        Applying Patches
) v" E0 e. `) `2 @- L  5.        Bad Patches: S9 C, A! `9 R/ E
   6.        Patching Versus Merging
- X$ T/ f/ w3 |9 r" G2 @14.        Chapter 14 Hooks
9 d4 K* }! U$ {8 B) B. U      1.        Installing Hooks5 O& Q; x  @4 E1 j1 S# f- t
      2.        Available Hooks
' @/ p0 H1 S0 U& k9 i. L15.        Chapter 15 Combining Projects
  A* Y; b6 p  M      1.        The Old Solution: Partial Checkouts1 a0 {7 v; M* b' x) v( f7 E9 F
       2.        The Obvious Solution: Import the Code into Your Project
& {; s  }3 s0 O  P      3.        The Automated Solution: Checking Out Subprojects Using Custom Scripts / O  a; ?* q- K. q
       4.        The Native Solution: gitlinks and git submodule, V. g1 X8 u" ~( J- f1 f' x
16.        Chapter 16 Using Git with Subversion Repositories " H& o% L& @9 \8 Q
     1.        Example: A Shallow Clone of a Single Branch
2 m- p: {0 d6 H     2.        Pushing, Pulling, Branching, and Merging with git svn* R" y# p$ v3 I
    3.        Miscellaneous Notes on Working with Subversion
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发表于 2009-10-11 07:34:20 | 显示全部楼层
这本书不错,当时我在美国书店看到了,但是太贵,没买
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发表于 2009-12-1 10:50:26 | 显示全部楼层
研究。。各种研究。。持续研究。。
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发表于 2010-2-23 09:57:58 | 显示全部楼层
好书,终于找到了。
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发表于 2010-3-1 14:41:42 | 显示全部楼层
Git 现在关注度非常高,在2009年末软件评比中,就有提到Git软件,而SVN没有提到。
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发表于 2010-3-20 10:34:42 | 显示全部楼层
看出版社就觉得是本好书,谢谢了!
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发表于 2011-10-20 21:19:25 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢分享,学习了
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