Git is a version control system. During development, version control is essential to track changes to codes, documents, and projects. However, tracking changes is far from enough to support collaboration in the modern software development field. Therefore, we need to use Git workflows to enable more efficient collaborative programming. In contrast to a centralized version control system like SVN, Git features a distributed system that offers more powerful branch management and merge capabilities. Git supports offline development and provides a solid commit process, ensuring greater development productivity for your team.
When cloning a code repository, you must enter the service email and password. You can view your service credentials by going to Personal Account Settings > Personal Settings.
git remote -vin the terminal to check that the associated remote URL (case sensitive) is correct:
If the remote URL is incorrect, use the next command to modify the remote repository address.
See the CODING-CR Getting Started guide and make sure you have performed the operations properly. If the problem persists, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the following information so that our engineers can help solve your problem:
This may be due to your DNS settings. Change your DNS to 22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199 and try again.
This may occur when you do not have permission for the target repository or branch, so you cannot update data.
As long as the root account has access to CODING DevOps, its sub-users can directly access CODING DevOps. To see if sub-users have access, check that the roles and policies of the root account meet the following access requirements:
The CODING_QCSRole role and QcloudAccessForCODINGRole policy are both present.