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2016-09-08

Work with (R)?ex at adjust! Check out their job posting for details, or contact our fellow core developer, FErki.

2016-07-16

(R)?ex 1.4.1 released, fixing many bugs. See the release notes for more details.

2016-03-07

(R)?ex 1.4.0 released, containing lots of goodies. See the release notes for more details.

2015-09-04

(R)?ex 1.3.3 released, fixing a bunch of bugs. See the release notes for more details.

2015-06-22

adjust GmbH is sponsoring the (R)?ex project with a new build server. Thank you for your support!

2015-06-17

(R)?ex 1.3.2 released, fixing issues related to file manipulation when run on BSDs. See the release notes for more details.

2015-06-08

(R)?ex 1.3.1 released, fixing Rex::Commands::DB related tests.

2015-05-27

Read the second part of "Rex in practice" series about Test-driven infrastructure.

2015-05-09

repositor.io 1.1.0 released. repositor.io is a repository management tool for apt, yum, yast and docker. This is a bugfix release with fixes for ubuntu and centos7 installation media mirroring.

2015-05-03

(R)?ex 1.2.0 released. See the release notes for more details.

2015-03-27

View the slides of the talk An introduction to Rex from Andy Beverley.

Conferences

2016-06-21

Training

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» Home » Docs » Rex Book (work in progress) » Infrastructure » Version Control with Git

Version Control with Git

We recommend you to use a version control system for your development. Especially if you're working in a team it will bring you many advantages. Also if you want to see the difference between two versions of the same file you can ask your vcs system.

A working vcs is also the base to work in teams. So every teammate can be sure that he/she has the latest available version of the files.
Advantages if you use a VCS

Creating a git repository

Creating a git repository is easy

$ git init-db
$ git add Rexfile
$ git add lib
$ git commit -m "inital commit"

Now you also can connect this to your GitHub account and push your changes to it.

$ git push origin master

The workflow

Now as you setup your repository you can use the following workflow to update your local repository and to upload your changes to GitHub.

Get the latest things from GitHub

$ git pull

If you have changed things and want to add them to the repository you have to follow these steps:

$ git add Rexfile
$ git commit -m "Changed this and that"
$ git push

 

 

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