Do you love Git? Are you working on a project that’s using Subversion? Well, did you know that Git actually integrates quite nicely with Subversion right out of the box? I’ll show you what you need to know to get started with Git and Subversion, and I’ll show you the workflow I use for keeping my work in sync with everyone else on my team. Getting Git The easiest way to get started with Git on Windows these days is to install Git Extensions. The installer will push everything you need to your computer.
As a nice bonus, Git Extension has a very slick UI. Unlike TortoiseGit, which incorrectly tries to make Git feel like Subversion, Git Extensions is actually designed to support Git and all its many operations. During the install, be sure to tell it to “Check Out As-Is, Commit As-Is.” From my experience, that’s the least painful way to use Git. I would also recommend choosing the “Run Git from the Windows Command Prompt” setting as that will allow you to use posh-git once you’re ready to try out Git from the command line...(Read whole news on source site)