Version Control

Version Control

Store and manage your web and application development code with our version control offering.

The Division of IT maintains an on-premise installation of the Git version control system for use by web and application developers. Developers can manage their coding projects and collaborate with other developers on their team or at the university.  Version control systems offer developers a way to maintain several versions of their code and easily roll forward or back across the versions for seamless application change deployments. Version control systems also allow several developers to work on a single code set at once and merge their changes when it is ready to go live. To learn more about Git, visit https://git-scm.com.

Although the Division of IT offers the Git infrastructure to developers, we do not offer any official support for using Git's capabilities. If you have a technical issue reaching the service, logging in, or gaining access to the desired features, you may contact mudoitcsglinux@missouri.edu. For questions about how to use the tool in your day-to-day workflow, you may refer to the online community for Git support or confer with other appplication and web developers on campus.   

There are no fees associated with this service.

Anyone with university login credentials can use the service. We maintain system availability Monday - Friday, during normal business hours.

To get started with Git, visit https://vcs.missouri.edu and log in with your university credentials.

For additional assistance, contact Tech Support at 573.882.5000.

Although the Division of IT offers the Git infrastructure to developers, we do not offer any official support for using Git's capabilities.  If you have a technical issue reaching the service, logging in, or gaining access to the desired features, you may contact mudoitcsglinux@missouri.edu. For questions about how to use the tool in your day-to-day workflow, you may refer to the online community for Git support or confer with other appplication and web developers on campus.