Thank you very much for the replies. I am so glad to find bitbucket, which 
provides free service for up to 5 members. It uses mercurial using the tool 
TortoiseHg and git.

I am an experienced subversion user, including TortoiseSvn tool. I think we 
can learn this quickly. This new information is great value to us. Thank 
you so much.

On Wednesday, February 20, 2013 4:32:41 PM UTC-5, www wrote:
> Hi:
> I have used git for a while, but only for keeping tracking of the changes 
> of my own in my own computer. I have never used git to cooperate with 
> others. My naive question is: if somebody on the other city and me started 
> with the same set files(or code), after a while, he has modified his files, 
> how can I get all his changes to my files by using git?
> Thank you very much.

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