Managing Scripts with Git - Overview

VuGen integrates with Git Hub, allowing you to upload scripts from a Git repository and perform common actions such as Pull, Push and Track.

VuGen's Version Control menu allows you to import a script from a Git repository. For details, see Import from Remote Repository Dialog Box.

You can also take a local script and add it to a Git repository, directly from the Solution Explorer. Using the right-click menu, you can perform typical Git Operations. You can also view history and manage your changes.

To limit the files added to your repository, VuGen uses a .gitignore file, which can be edited. For details, see Configure Ignore List Dialog Box.

For scripts stored in a Git repository, the Solution Explorer pane indicates which files changed since the last commit.

For details about working with a Git repository script, see Work with Scripts in Git.