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Daily Dose - Git Usage Spreads Through JBoss and SpringSource

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Daily Dose - Git Usage Spreads Through JBoss and SpringSource

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A lot of interest is moving towards Git and leaving Subversion for big names in Java like JBoss and SpringSource.  Spring recently wrote two articles covering Git usage in the Spring developer community, while JBoss recently migrated several projects to Git hosting.  This even included supremely popular projects like Hibernate.  Soon, it may not be prudent to avoid Git in favor of CVS or Subversion.

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