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GitHub is a Git repository providing two formulae:

  1. Free public.
  2. Paying private.

Functionalities[edit | edit source]

Each repo can have its own wiki and issues tracking. The documentation is in markdown, and can be written directly on line.

Review[edit | edit source]

The online review provides diffs.

Suffixing the pull request URL with ?w=0 or ?w=1 removes indentations from diffs.

To expand all the minimized files from the diffs, just enter this JS code in the browser console:

document.querySelectorAll('.load-diff-button').forEach(node =>;

Webhooks[edit | edit source]

It's possible to validate every pull request with webhooks for the continuous integration, like Jenkins[1].

References[edit | edit source]