Version Control Systems
Git is an open source distributed version control system initially designed for Linux kernel development. In Helix TeamHub, you can create any number of Git repositories in your projects. Git is also used to host Wiki pages and attachments.
The below is the list of resources to help you learn Git:
Download and install latest version of Git client and open your terminal.
Introduce your name and email to Git, so that Helix TeamHub can display your user account correctly. Please specify the same email address you use to sign in to Helix TeamHub:
git config --global user.name YOUR NAME git config --global user.email HELIX TEAMHUB EMAIL ADDRESS
Configure your SSH keys under your Helix TeamHub Profile settings settings and start working with Git.
For example, to clone the "bar" Git repository from the "foo" project in "acme" company with SSH, issue the following command in the Terminal:
git clone email@example.com:acme/projects/foo/repositories/git/bar
To clone the same repository with HTTP:
git clone http://[HELIX TEAMHUB USERNAME]@helixteamhub.com/acme/projects/foo/repositories/git/bar