Working collaboratively on Git projects in Talend Cloud - Cloud - 7.3

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Note: Only the Git repository is supported for project collaboration on Talend Cloud. If you have installed the R2020-11 Studio monthly update or a later one provided by Talend, the default Git branch will appear as main, if any, instead of master.

Remote Git projects open in local mode in Talend Studio.

When you work on a Git project in local mode and perform a pull or push operation, a dialog box pops up if files have been manually added to the project folder of your Talend Studio, or items are found to have changes not committed to your local Git repository for any reason.

You can:
  • expand log to view the uncommitted files
  • click Commit to commit the files to your local Git repository and continue your current operation
  • click Reset to abort your changes and continue your current operation
  • click Cancel to cancel your current operation without committing or removing the uncommitted files