On Wed, 2012-10-10 at 11:03 -0700, Jim Vahl wrote:
> All,
> Our company is researching version control software, something which we have
> not used previously.  I have a very basic question about git which I have
> not been able to answer from reading.  As I understand it, a git repository
> can be a mixture of files which are under development, staged or committed.
> If we make a new build of our product we will obviously only want to include
> the committed (tested) files.  
> The question is this: what is the usual procedure to retrieve a set of
> committed  files only from the repository to place into a distribution or
> "ready to build" folder.  The same question goes for tagging a release: how
> does the user get the tag to reference the committed files only and not the
> most recent files which may be under development or undergoing testing.
> Thanks,
> Jim Vahl

Have you looked at http://git-scm.com/book yet? It sounds to me like you
have some misconceptions about how Git works. (If so, did it leave you
more or less confused?)

-Drew Northup
"As opposed to vegetable or mineral error?"
-John Pescatore, SANS NewsBites Vol. 12 Num. 59

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