I support a software package that distrubutes small customizable code 
files, we call them posts.  These code files are a small script based on 
our proprietary programming language, something similar to BASIC.  Each of 
our customers will have one or more posts.  Most post files will be nearly 
identical, however there will be some modifications that need to be made 
for each customer.  We will also heavily modify certain posts for specific 
customer needs.

So what I am looking for is a set number of "default" posts, that I can 
customize and configure for each customer.  I would like to be able to go 
back to my defaults and make changes, updates and improvements and have 
those changes propagate to each of my customers posts that are based on 
that default.

Currently I mostly handle this by hand but am looking for a better way.  I 
have used other projects that use GIT, though I have never been a 
contributor (my programming skills are limited).  Is this a proper use of 
GIT?  Is there a better tool that you are familiar with?  If GIT is right, 
where is my beginning point?

Thanks for your opinions and input.

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