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GeneralRe: I need a tool to visually track branches in git Pin
Michael Breeden26-Jun-21 1:41
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Member 1330167928-Jun-21 4:28
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You get to see what they've done only when they make a pull request or, God forbid, when they push their changes to the main repository.


Why "God forbid"? Where else other than the remote do you want them to push changes to? You're supposed to push to the remote, you're just not supposed to push to remote/main (or remote/master).

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Given that your team is just starting with git I'd suggest to have only one person with write access to the main repository.


I get the feeling that by "main repository" you mean either "main branch" or "remote repository", but I can't tell which it is. "Main repository" is a phrase with no meaning in git.
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