Topic: git

Google kills Wallet API, Go moves to GitHub, and Google’s million-dollar Turing award—SD Times news digest: Nov. 14, 2014

Google has announced it will be retiring the Google Wallet API on March 2, 2015. The API was designed to allow users and merchants to buy and sell digital goods. Payments will continue to be processed through Google Wallet until March 2, 2015 and developers will continue to have access to the merchant center until … continue reading

Snirt Labs re-imagines SCM

When it comes to collaborating on projects, developers often use version control systems such as Git, Perforce, Subversion and Mercurial. The problem is, not every person on the team is a developer and there are no good user-friendly ways for non-developers to use version control, according to Russ Peardon, cofounder and CTO of Snirt Labs. … continue reading

Git 2.1 released

Git 2.1 has been released, adding a large number of new features in what is considered to be a minor release. A few months after Git 2.0, this incremental release of the source-code-management and revision-control system rolls out improvements across the entire Git system, from the UI and workflows to performance, implementation and bug fixes. … continue reading

Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 provides CodeLens support for GitHub repositories

Microsoft has released the final version of Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 and Team Foundation Server Update 3, with a veritable laundry list of new features and added support. The release was announced in tandem with blog posts from Microsoft Developer Division corporate vice presidents S. Somasegar and Brian Harry. One of the biggest new … continue reading

Serena aims to be a Git and Subversion alternative with updated Dimensions CM

Dimensions CM 14 enables development teams to visualize health and quality of changes made to code … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Git control of your software development assets

There are risks associated with not using Git as your source-code repository … continue reading

How to get Git into the enterprise

Developers love Git. But as Git adoption grows in the enterprise, the complexity can become overwhelming, and in retrospect, some say more thought should have been given to things like access control. While centralized version control systems remain popular, Git is gaining traction fast, especially among agile teams. Since more enterprise tool vendors are integrating … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Gitchain: Where Git meets Bitcoin

Kickstarted application would apply decentralized storage of cryptocurrency to P2P Git repositories … continue reading

Git 2.0.0 released

New version of Git makes “simple mode” the default for Git push … continue reading

Atlassian unlocks Git for the enterprise

New Atlassian Git Essentials solves fundamental Ppoblems teams face in implementing Agile development workflows … continue reading

gitsh: A dedicated shell for Git commands

Users can issue any Git command, including using local aliases and configuration, through this … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Open Source Initiative cofounder says bzr is dying, Emacs should move to Git

Eric S. Raymond believes move will help fight the image of Emacs as a “dinosaur” … continue reading Protection Status