JazzHub git blame support – Who broke my project ?

The recent JazzHub has been upgrade not only for the adoption of modern flat design, but also to provide additional features.

One of the big news for us is “Git” repository support by JazzHub. Git become nearly standard for open world. For example, Eclipse projects uses Git (http://git.eclipse.org/).  GitHub is well-known repository for hosting open source projects, such as OpenStack or Cloud Foundry.

When I select “Git repository hosted at JazzHub”, it automatically create license.txt and README.md. The project can be getting ready for starting a new project.

20140319  license and readmemd

One of the feature I like is the support of “git blame”. This is well-known feature to identify who wrote this code.

20140319  git blame

20140319  git blame in editor
If you are in a part of open source project, why don’t you folk the project and run this feature to “blame” potential guilty , “who broke my project”. 🙂

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1 Response to JazzHub git blame support – Who broke my project ?

  1. It’s amazing for me to have a website, which is valuable in support of
    my knowledge. thanks admin

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