Git may refer to:
- Git (software), a distributed version control system
- Ġit (pronoun), the second-person, dual, personal pronoun (nominative) in Old English
- Git (album), by Skeletons & The Girl-Faced Boys
- Git, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
- The Gits, a post punk band
- Feathers in the Wind (깃), (pronounced and sometimes transliterated as Git), a 2005 South Korean film
GIT may stand for:
- G.I.T. on Broadway, a 1969 live television special
- G.I.T.: Get It Together, a 1973 album by The Jackson 5
- Gebze Institute of Technology, a Turkish technical university located in Kocaeli, Turkey (Gebze Yüksek Teknoloji Enstitüsü (GYTE) in Turkish)
- Geographic information technology, a different name for Geoinformatics
- Georgia Institute of Technology, an American university
- Geometric invariant theory, a topic in algebraic geometry
- Graphic Imaging Technology, a digital archiving company
- Guitar Institute of Technology, or the Musicians Institute, a Hollywood, California music school
Other articles related to "git":
... "Let's Git Doe (Clean)" (358) "Let's Git Doe (Dirty)" (358) "Let's Git Doe (Instrumental)" (403) ...
... Cogito (originally git-pasky) is a revision control system layered on top of Git ... It is historically the first Git frontend, which appeared in April 2005, just days after Git itself ... While Git was initially meant just as the low-level interface, Cogito started with the stated goal of becoming a user-friendly front-end ...
... ] https//github.com/fenrus75/powertop or git//github.com/fenrus75/powertop.git. ...
... Git is an open source revision control system designed to handle projects that are distributed over multiple repositories ... In the context of Android, Git is used for local operations such as local branching, commits, diffs, and edits ...
Famous quotes containing the word git:
“Who will join in the march to the Rocky Mountains with me, a sort of high-pressure-double-cylinder-go-it-ahead-forty-wildcats- tearin sort of a feller?... Git out of this warming-pan, ye holly-hocks, and go out to the West where you may be seen.”
—Administration in the State of Miss, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Sekts and creeds ov religion, are like pocket compesses, good enuff tu pinte out the direction, but the nearer the pole yu git the wuss tha wurk.”
—Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] (18181885)
Me an muh baby gonna shine, shine
Me an muh baby gonna shine.
The strong men keep a-comin on
The strong men git stronger . . .”
—Sterling Allen Brown (b. 1901)