Le mercredi 3 octobre 2012 13:47:19 UTC+2, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen a 
écrit :
> On Tuesday, October 2, 2012 5:57:13 PM UTC+2, robomatix wrote:
>> Hello !
>> I'm a newbie in Git and I want to use it with Netbeans:
>> I've found these on the web :
>> http://netbeans.org/kb/docs/ide/git.html
>> http://git-scm.com/book/fr
>> Now, you know I'm french !
>> The previous links helped me lot, but there're stuffs I don't really 
>> understand... 
>> I really wants to understand the basics....
>> I'd like to know where I can found some tutorials for newsbies on how to 
>> use Git and Netbeans together...
> It can be a good idea to consider Netbean's Git integration as a thin 
> wrapper around the Git functionality. Netbeans is in the end just an editor 
> you use to change your files, and source-code management tools like Git are 
> orthogonal to this (meaning that they are not really related).
> If I were you I would first focus on how to use Git separately (on the 
> command line, you can still use Netbeans to edit files), and when you have 
> figured that out, start using the Netbeans Git features as shortcuts for 
> doing Git stuff.
> I think that's a good idea since the explanations in the book are 'command 
line' orientated.
Thank you for your good advice !

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