While the WordPress core project still uses SVN for version control, it’s pretty safe to say that the vast majority of serious WordPress developers use Git on their own projects. That being the case, it’s somewhat of a surprise that there aren’t more git-based tools like WP Pusher that help developers integrate some of their git workflow into their WordPress development workflow, as it greatly simplifies the deployment of your git managed themes and plugins. Setup You can’t download WP Pusher from the WordPress plugin repository. It is, however, free to use if your code is open source and hosted in a public repository, so head over to WP Pusher to download and try it out on one of your open repos. Once you’ve downloaded and installed the plugin on your site, you can start adding theme and plugin repositories by clicking on the WP Pusher menu item that has been added to the admin menu. Since we’re using WP Pusher’s free level, the main settings page actually doesn’t apply much to us, as this is where you’d input your license key and credentials for private repos. Adding plugin and theme repositories is exactly the same process and only requires a few bits of information. You’ll need
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