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Post source code project to google code

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Hello.

I never used Git before.

I have a JavaScript project in Google code.
I never posted the source code, and I want to do it.

I think to use Git for windows.

Witch software I need to use for that?
How I do this?

I tried install Git-GUI, but don't understand how to start new project.

Thank you
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