Project updating

23 Oct

There are not very many commands in Git that access the network, nearly all of the commands operate on the local database.When you are ready to share your work or pull changes from elsewhere, there are a handful of commands that deal with remote repositories.For example, if you know that your application works only with version 1.x of a package but not 2.0 and above, perhaps due to a major change in the package API, then you'd want to constrain upgrades to 1.x versions.This prevents accidental updates that would break the application.To determine updated retention periods, the project lead reviews University policies and procedures, researches relevant legal requirements, and meets with functional area experts both to validate the proposed retention period and to determine if other types of records exist that should be included.The RMC reviews the draft record category descriptions and retention periods, seeks input from campus functional experts, and suggests revisions as appropriate.

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Here is an example: php show monolog/monolog name : monolog/monolog versions : master-dev, 1.0.2, 1.0.1, 1.0.0, 1.0.0-RC1 type : library names : monolog/monolog source : [git] dist : [zip] 3d4e60d0cbc4b888fe5ad223d77964428b1978da license : MIT autoload psr-0 Monolog : src/ requires php php depends psr/log -t psr/log 1.0.0 Common interface for logging libraries |- aboutyou/app-sdk 2.6.11 (requires psr/log 1.0.*) | `- __root__ (requires aboutyou/app-sdk ^2.6) |- monolog/monolog 1.17.2 (requires psr/log ~1.0) | `- laravel/framework v5.2.16 (requires monolog/monolog ~1.11) | `- __root__ (requires laravel/framework ^5.2) `- symfony/symfony v3.0.2 (requires psr/log ~1.0) `- __root__ (requires symfony/symfony ^3.0) command tells you which packages are blocking a given package from being installed.command communicates with a remote repository and fetches down all the information that is in that repository that is not in your current one and stores it in your local database.We first look at this command in “Fetching and Pulling from Your Remotes” and we continue to see examples of it use in “Remote Branches”.We also use it in several of the examples in “Contributing to a Project”.We use it to fetch a single specific reference that is outside of the default space in “Pull Request Refs” and we see how to fetch from a bundle in “Bundling”.