question: i have installed now 4 different GIT GUIs and all of them break
with an error that says "CLR error" ... blah blah ... i saw online this
meant .NET was not installed, i installed 10 times ... nothing works .. the
only gui that works is the GIT GUI but it is not very good ... any help on
this ??? i have never seen this in 5 years of using this computer
On Fri, Jun 28, 2013 at 1:43 PM, Dale R. Worley <wor...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> > From: Ed Pataky <ed.pat...@gmail.com>
> > One thing I am concerned about is that it seems like there is no
> > from someone in via ftp and changing files .. i assumed that version
> > control meant that the files are protected .. why doesn't git protect the
> > files? What i mean is, this seems to only work if everyone does it
> > correctly .. but if someone simply goes in by ftp and modifies files,
> > git has no "control" over that .. is this correct?
> If you want that sort of protection, the usual technique is:
> - Adjust how the developers access the server so that the *only* thing
> they can do is insert new commits into the master repository.
> - Have a process that the developers can trigger when they put a
> "newest" commit into the master repository that: (1) pulls the new
> commits from the master repository into the subordinate repository
> on the server; (2) checks out the newest commit from the subordinate
> repository into the working directory; (3) restarts the web server
> in whatever way is necessary for the new files to take effect.
> Caution: When you do this, you will discover that your developers
> have been "going in via FTP and changing files"... and that there are
> some practical tasks which this is the *only* way they know how to
> accomplish. Probably testing and debugging tasks. So suddenly your
> existing workflow will break, and you will need to be prepared to
> figure out better ways to do these things, possibly in a hurry.
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