Must See Video – How to Protect ENTERPRISE GIT History

December 17, 2012 Lothar Schubert

What is Git History Rewrite? What is Git History Protection?

Here’s the technical explanation of History Rewrite “We define History Rewrite as non-fast forward updates of remote refs and its associated objects. This happens whenever a branch in the remote repository gets deleted, previously pushed commits get amended/tree filtered and forcefully re-pushed, or a remote branch/tag is pointed to an entire different commit history.”  

Sounds too technical?  We put together a short (3 minutes) video, that explains in simple term what History Rewrite (and History Protect) is, and why you probably should care: Watch Video (3 min) Now

If you want to learn more, don’t miss the interactive 1 hour webinar (December 18th) with our Git experts.

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