Git Fork vs. Git Clone: What's the Difference?

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Cameron McKenzie

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While developers use both Git Fork and Git Clone to create copies of a repository, these different strategies result in drastically different levels of access, isolation and control over the target repo. TechTarget's Cameron McKenzie, editor in chief, explains how developers use both, and when you should perform each of these Git repo copy strategies.

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