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Asked On2022-01-19 14:38:25 by:ritik28

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Git stands out with its performance advantages. Performance optimized operations are branching and merging, committing new changes, and the comparison of the past versions. One of the Git performance strengths is its advanced algorithms.

Git focuses only on the file content while determining its storage and version history of the tree. The source code files are renamed, split, and rearranged regularly. The object format of Git repository files uses a mixture of delta encoding and compression. It stores directory contents and version metadata objects.

The main priority of Git is the integrity of managed source code. In Git repository, versions, directories, the content of the file, tags, and commits are secure because a cryptographically secure SHA1 hashing algorithm is used, which ensures secure code history. Git provides an authentic content history of the source code.

One of the advantages provided by Git is its flexibility in several aspects:

  • Track Changes – Changes can be tracked as someone making a change leaves a commit message about it.
  • Backup and Restore – It helps to maintain the source code backup.
  • Collaboration - It enables software team to collaborate with each other.
  • Branching and Merging – Changes are made on a branch and after being approved, they can be merged with the master branch. You can see who changed the file and what parts of the content are changed.
  • Deployment - It deploys the source code on the server with only one command.

Answerd on:2022-01-20 Answerd By:Raj-Gupta

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