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This git thing gets a lot of press these days and I figure it’s time to learn it. I selected git as the code repo on the SPServices Codeplex site quite a while ago but never used it. Now I’m trying to figure out what would be useful.
SPServices has been a single file, as most of you know. However, each release has been made up of two js files (one minified, one not) and a license.txt, all in a ZIP file.
- Accept code from others and easily (relatively) merge it
- Track changes better than I have been just on my hard drive and in my WSS 3.0 development environment
- Provide offline documentation – This is a tricky one because I’ve used the Documentation wiki on Codeplex as my repository and I’m not sure how to pull the content out.
- What else?
I welcome any thoughts you may have. I’m especially interested in how you think I can best accomplish the bullets about with a minimum of muss and fuss for everyone.