2. GeoGig on the command line¶
This section will describe how to use GeoGig on the command-line, including creating and managing both commits and branches, as well as merging from different repositories
- 2.1. Setting up a QIGS project
- 2.2. GeoGig setup
- 2.3. Create a GeoGig repository
- 2.4. More about the geogig command
- 2.5. Working with commits
- 2.6. Rolling back a change
- 2.7. (Optional) Safely rolling back changes
- 2.8. (Optional) Exporting to alternate formats
- 2.9. Working with branches
- 2.10. Managing conflicts
- 2.11. Working with remote repositories
- 2.12. Troubleshooting
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