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|There's a bunch of web deployment systems lately that use git for uploading applications.|
|@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ That said, git is not a bad file synchronization tool. It's actually pretty dar|
|This command lets you use git like a sync tool, separate from using it as your source control. It's written as a git extension because whatever.|
|-== Using git-sync|
|+## Using git-sync|
|Put `git-sync` somewhere on your `$PATH`. You can call `git-sync` or `git sync`.|
|@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ If you want to leave files out of what gets sync'd, but still keep those files i|
|Note in all these that `default` is a string you can change, e.g., you can make configuration values for `production` (`sync.production.remote`) and do `git sync production`.|
|You'll still have a nice set of history of what you've uploaded, though that history will be strictly per-remote. It won't be directly attached to your main repository, but the commit messages will show the relation.|