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GIT Repository management platform


GitLab is a management platform for Git repositories that provides integrated features like continuous integration, issue tracking, team support, and wiki documentation. What is a Git Repository? The aim of Git is to manage software development projects and its files, as they are changing over time. Git stores this information in a data structure called a repository. Such a git repository contains a set of commit objects and a set of references to commit objects. A git repository is a central place where developers store, share, test and collaborate on web projects.

Help & Getting started

If you need to choose to either use GitLab or GitHub for your project, this page could be an interesting read for you: here


Free version available through the GitLab website

Terms of use

You can choose between GitLab SaaS (Software as a Service) and a GitLab Self-Managed version. There are also paid versions available that offer addtional functionality. TU Delft also offers a GitLab environment. Look at software finder page to find out more.

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Visit the GitLab website here

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