On Monday, December 22, 2014 4:10:32 PM UTC-5, Florian Coste wrote:
> Recently I started to read documentation because I wanted to join open
> source projects on Github. And I had one idea. I'm wondering if Git could
> be use for other things ? For example, I would like to use Git for my CV's
> redaction. Indeed, it would be interesting to have different versions of my
> CV, and having the possibility to get an older version.
I am writing a book about Git and of course I'm using Git to track the
progress. The files are
Microsoft Word documents.
As others have noted in this thread, the differences between the two
revisions of a Word
document are not too critical for me to track. That said, I do take
advantage of the
antiword configuration in Git for Windows (https://msysgit.github.io/),
which produces a
text-only version of my Word docs, and compares them both.
One thing that has helped me greatly is that each time I submit my document
for review, I
use git tag to mark the version that I submit. This record-keeping has
helped me keep
Rick Umali / Author: "Learn Git in a Month of Lunches" /
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