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Git: Mastering Version Control by Jakub Narębski, Rasmus Voss, Aske Olsson, Ferdinando Santacroce

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Chapter 10. Customizing and Extending Git

Earlier chapters were designed to help you understand and master Git as a version control system, from examining history, through managing your contributions, to collaborating with other developers, ending with handling the composite projects in the last chapter: Chapter 9, Managing Subprojects—Building a Living Framework.

The following two chapters would help set up and configure Git, so that you can use it more effectively for yourself (this chapter) and help other developers use it (the next chapter).

This chapter will cover configuring and extending Git to fit one's needs. First, it will show how to set up a Git command line to make it easier to use. For some tasks though it is easier to use visual tools; ...

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