From what I understand, the latest Xcode has GIT. I installed Xcode over the weekend.
How do I use GIT? Is it a complete install that came with Xcode? It seems I can use it from Xcode. How does that work? I am pretty sure I saw a demo that shows using Xcode to compare versions of the same file. What other features are there for managing source code?
What limitations are there?
How does it compare to SubVersion?
Can I make branches off of the trunk?
There are many tutorial about git online. Here's one listing of several : http://sixrevisions.com/resources/git-tutorials-beginners/
Git is a distributed version control system, with extensive functionality
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