On 14/05/2015 05:29, Massoud Yeganeh wrote:
Hi,

Is it possible to use git to manage microsoft documents?
We have so many files and we need to manage the version, change, languages, etc management.

Can we use git?

Thanks.
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At the risk of getting flamed for mentioning a differnt dVCS, the Mercurial, (hg), project has a very sneaky extension called zipdoc that stores the content of the zip files, (docx are actually zips containing XML), and the fact that they belong in a specific .docx, (or whatever), file. On committing such a file it is actually unzipped and the constituents either stored, or for an update, diffed and then on a pull they are pulled as constituent parts and then zipped to reconstitute the original file.

You could either consider using Mercurial or trying to find or develop a similar extension.

Steve (Gadget) Barnes

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