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    In our new migrations-based solution, Redgate Change Control, we treat Git as a Distributed Version Control system with Push and Pull capabilities.

    We are working towards merging these tools into 1 tool to meet all your database versioning needs. At that point, we should be able to provide push and pull for Git for state-based projects.

    For more information about version control in Redgate Change Control, see

    Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!

    Arve Slenes supported this idea  · 
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    Arve Slenes commented  · 

    I really do hope the push and pull functionality will be added to the Oracle tool, as this is one of the core benefits of Git compared to other source control systems: The ability to work locally with your own copy of the repository and push and pull changes to and from the remote. When developing a professional license based tool for database source control with support for Git, then in my opinion it is a shame not supporting Git fully, and depriving your users the ability to use Git in the way it was designed. To only support commit and check-out is really just replacing the Subversion or CVS repository with Git, but not adding the major Git benefits.