Is it supposed to be common knowledge of what this is referencing? Someone please explain as I have no clue
@Snoogins, I shall take a crack at it.
All of this is in reference to project type source code for programming mainly.
Git is a decentralized "repository" (where the source code is stored). There can be multiple "remote" copies, and they can all be different versions until their changes have been committed to the master repository.
Subversion differs in that it is centralized and you can only work on a master repository, and all changes are in real time. This still makes having a "real" final version hard to pinpoint. So my understanding is that the final system for working with and storing source code is just copies of it, with increasingly more "finalized" naming schemes for the versions.
Sorry for the long description!
@Derp Bubbles, yeah that’s pretty accurate really what git is is a system that makes it easy for multiple people to be working on one master branch (aka the final) without overwriting each other. While without it we would just be saving finals on top of final and never really getting a “real final”
Is that Fassbender?
@GeekGirl, No, it's Magneto.
@GeekGirl, No this is Patrick.
@GeekGirl, No he got deleted