Git for Hardware

AllSpice screenshot of design review comment.

Top 5 questions team leads ask about using Git for hardware

In the world of software development, Git has etched its name as the go-to version control system. Git’s advantages to productivity and focus on continuous improvement have helped spawn entire industries. But what about its application in the realm of hardware?

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AllSpice new design review creation process.

Design review basics in Git for hardware

Every hardware engineer is familiar with traditional design review. In the past, it made sense to gather a group of people in a room, staring at a projector screen, and manually walk through the schematics and PCB layout. Every person has a chance to voice their input and create action items.

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Revision control concepts

Revision control concepts: git for hardware

Revision control has made huge strides in the past 15 years. File repos no longer need dedicated IT employees to set up and maintain servers. Numerous providers offer turnkey solutions for revision control. The most popular and functional tool has been the git.

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Good versus bad commit messages.

Git for hardware: best practices for commits

Revision control can be overwhelming when first starting out. Engineers used to releasing files once per PCBA revision can be daunted by commits. It’s very easy to finish working on a section of a schematic and instantly jump to another. Keeping the development momentum flowing is important.

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