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GIT is a fast software revision control system noted for it's relative ease when branching and merging lines of development.

Some basic commands include:

mkdir <project>
cd <project>
git init # initialize git w/i this directory

From here, you can add files, pull files from another repo, etc.

git add . # adds files w/i the current directory
git commit # commits changes 
git status # lists files that have been modified
git diff <file> # lists changes made to given file
# grab repo from remote location (be sure to execute git init in directory first)
git pull ssh://[user@]host/~user/path/to/repo 

More commands and tutorials can be found here.

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