Questions tagged [git]

Questions related to the use of the Git version control system (VCS) to as part of the Salesforce development process, including, but not exclusively, with Salesforce DX.

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How to use GIT on multi dev environment

I have previous experience using GIT in other development environment and I never had much troubles using it. We where using SVN for salesforce, however we want to migrate to GIT for the uncountable ...
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git repo design pattern for sfdx projects

I'm unsure what is best practice for storing my sfdx projects in git repos. Do I store each project in one repo, or can I store multiple projects in one repo? This is what I'm thinking it should be ...
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How to keep sandbox in sync with changes from other developers?

We are a team of 9 developers, working on a large project and commits are made to master branch all the time. When I needed to work on any new enhancement I used to pull everything from master branch ...
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Deploy incremental changes using Github and Jenkins

We are using Jenkins and Github to automate deployments from dev to test to production and currently do a full deploy (the whole package) based on what is stored in GitHub. We would like to improve ...
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Best practices for Versioning managed packages in Git

I know this is not the right place for general questions about versioning control. But Salesforce.com projects are someone special from regular local Java/.NET projects. That is why you find many ...
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Managing Git with Sublime Text Salesforce IDE plugin (HaoIDE)

I am setting up our Saleforce GIT repo and trying to plan out a solid workflow, but I'm unsure how to make it work with the Sublime Text 3: Salesforce IDE plugin (Refactored to HaoIDE) because it ...
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Best version control for salesforce -eclipse and Mavens mate

Which is the best version control for force.com projects. Currently we are not using any version control and we are planning to follow some practices. We predominantly use eclipse and Mavens mate. We ...