Clean up, clean up…

It’s a song I sing to my son. But it matters at work too.

That’s why today I’ve downloaded SourceTree so I can connect to Bitbucket and use a git client for my development. I need an automated way to do version control using multiple systems etc. So that puts me into the DVCS realm.

YES. I love vi and working on the command line, but there are just too many projects that I need to touch here, there…

Now it’s been awhile since I did anything in a svn-type environment (hello 2009).  SVN is Apache’s subversion software revision control, etc. I just remember the ability to keep (or commit) changes or rollback (to save your hide.) So I’m checking Bitbucket to determine whether or not the marketing language, Use  Git-flow  and Hg-flow with ease. Keep your repositories cleaner and your development more efficient with SourceTree’s intuitive interface to Git and Hg’s ‘branchy’ development model. A consistent development process, right out of the box!” is true. Yup. I’d count myself as a newcomer, it might be like riding a bike NEXT WEEK… but if I can commit, push, pull, and merge…WHOA.

I’ll be happy if it does diff without my having to think of it. Furthermore, there have been a few times in the past two months when multiple deadlines loom that I know, I *fixed* that or *that worked on Friday* occurred but I just could not remember what I did. Why not roll back? Yes. Let’s do that. Let’s roll back.

“Clean up, clean up…”

What do you have to do?

  • Install a few command line tools
  • Set up my accounts
  • Work through a tutorial