[RNLD] Git for file managment.
thien at unimelb.edu.au
Tue Jul 25 13:48:59 EDT 2017
I'm using git for several projects. The simplest model is a collection of
texts that I can work on on my laptop and then commit to the repository
when they are ready. This is a single repository and means I can access
them anywhere, and also keep track of changes. Another project involves
hundreds of pages of TEI marked up text that feed a website of vocabularies
of Western Australian languages. Having this in a git repository means I
can collaborate with others on the same data, and we can keep all the work
in sync. I use SourceTree on a mac as the local client.
On 26 July 2017 at 04:10, Hugh Paterson <hugh_paterson at sil.org> wrote:
> Has anyone used git to manage files while doing language documentation?
> Perhaps using git's LFS feature. We have a lot of files moving across a
> network of computers as we acomplish various tasks in various workflows.
> It would be helpful to manage diffs on these files. Annotated tiers in .eaf
> files, praat text grids, etc. Has anyone any pointers on this? Did they use
> one large repo or divide the project into several repos - perhaps based on
> recording sessions. Or has anyone used the git module/ tree feature? One
> advantage of git is the git blame, another is the rollback feature. I am
> hoping to use the git diff feature to check for updated sections of files.
> all the best,
> - Hugh Paterson III
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