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I am not a professional developer, so I apologize if I ask a basic question. I have a working app from one of the exercises and I want to figure out how to use source control so I can work on a new version without breaking the old version. I think I have to use source control, but I read the Xcode help on source control and I got stuck on the first step. I could not find out how to creat a local source control repository, the instructions do not appear to reference the current version of Xcode preferences.

Is there anyone who can point me to a resource or give me advice on how to do this?

Much appreciated.


Stewart Lynch does a videos on this Xcode and Git. This one very good Xcode and Source Control - A Case Study


Hi, as you will not understand it like me. When I was doing the coding of a payroll services app so one of my friend guide me alot through text messages and post. But all in vain. Finally he suggest me to watch a practical video from youtube about it. Which helped me and I learnt it. So try to watch a video from youtube about it you will learn from A to z easily.


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