Posts about Git LFS
Git LFS 1.2 is out, and I'd like to share a little tip that can improve your clone times by a factor of 10 or more!
Many users have embraced Git for its flexibility as a distributed version control system. In particular, Git’s branching and merging model provides powerful ways to decentralize development workflows. While this flexibility works for the majority of use cases, some aren't handled so elegantly. One of these use cases is the use of Git with large, monolithic repositories, or monorepos. This article explores issues when dealing with monorepos using Git and offers tips to mitigate them.
Need to store large media files in Git? We're making major contributions to the Git LFS open source project to help make this happen! Want to know how this came about? What follows is a true story...