Github Code Repository

posted Jan 3, 2011, 2:12 PM by Bill Bai
I though it would be a good idea to use a revision control system to keep track of my code in the event of my screwing it up.  I've used svn and a couple others before with fairly poor results, so I though I'd go ahead and try out Github.  It looked like it would be pretty difficult to set up, but it turned out to be pretty easymode. 

The command line git bash interface is a bit frustrating because I keep forgetting to add 'git' before the actual commands, so I have to type my commands in twice.  Also, every time I push my commits out to the server, I have to enter the password to my public key, which starts to get irksome when I do a couple of commits in quick succession.  

Anywho, I have all my code for my senior project up on Github now via the link below.