Some articles on git:
... hgk was originally based on a similar tool for Git called gitk ... X GUI client that works with both Mercurial and Git ... The convert extension allows import from CVS, Darcs, Git, GNU Arch, Monotone, Perforce, Bazaar and Subversion repositories ...
... The single was released with "Git Down (Guitar Groupie)", a song from the album Take Me Home on its B-side ... The song was released with "Git Down (Guitar Groupie)" on its B-side ... Strangely "Git Down (Guitar Groupie)" in the Japanese single was a "Theme from Roller Boogie", despite the song never appeared in the movie or in the soundtrack album ...
... June 23, 2011 Cross-platform EPL Yes Yes No CVS, SVN, Mercurial and Git (via plugins) Geany Team 1.22 / June 18, 2012 Independent (w/ GTK2 support) GPL ...
... Male and female animals underwent a standardized phenotypic screen to determine the effects of deletion ... Mice lacking Git2 had no significant defects in viability or fertility, so further tests were carried out and four significant phenotypes were reported Mutant mice had differences in their clinical blood chemistry compared to wildtype control mice ...
... "Let's Git Doe" is the second single from Take It or Squeeze It, a 2001 album by East Coast hip hop group The Beatnuts ... "Let's Git Doe" failed to chart or receive an accompanying music video ...
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The strong men keep a-comin on
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