Git, Subversion, and Mercurial Help

Moving a Git Project

December 20, 2017

Sometimes, you might need to move your Git project to a new service or a new url. Git makes this simple and can be accomplished in a few commands.

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Git LFS Overview

July 24, 2017

Git LFS is a git extension that enables users to track large binary efficiently in a git project. It addresses many of the shortcomings that git has when dealing with larger files.

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Git LFS Installation

July 24, 2017

In order to use Git LFS, you have to have the extension installed on all of the machines that will access the project data. If you don't have LFS installed, the user won't be able to clone the project.

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Uploading Very Large Files With Git LFS

July 24, 2017

Sometime when uploading very large files using Git LFS, the git client may timeout and try the upload up to five times.

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Updating Your Commit Author's Name

June 28, 2017

In order for your commits to show up in The Storehouse and be linked to your account, you'll need to make sure the name or email you use to author commits matches The Storehouse.

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Choosing a Project Type

May 16, 2017

Picking a version control program for your project is an important decision when setting up a new project. We currently don't support changing a project's type once a project has been created.

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Setting Up Your Project

May 16, 2017

Once you've created your project, it's time to get to work! Here are some quick tips to get your files into your project and get them into The Storehouse.

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SSH Keys

May 16, 2017

SSH Keys authenticate and encrypt all your communication with The Storehouse. They are simple to setup, but offer powerful security features.

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