Git

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Development of ImageJ and related software relies heavily on Git, a first-class distributed version control system. Git saves "snapshots" of the source code, keeping a history of changes.

See the source code page for information on where the Git repositories reside.

Git tutorials

Git Tutorials
Git for dummies
Git in Eclipse (EGit)
Git mini howto
Git workshop
Git Conflicts
Git topic branches
Git Notes
Git reflogs
Git submodule tutorial
Pinpoint regressions with Git
How to publish a Git repository
How to extract a subproject

This web site has lots of tutorials on Git; see the left sidebar.

Rewriting history

One of the most powerful things Git can do is rewrite a series of patches after the fact. This is a powerful technique worth learning. There are many guides available here and elsewhere: