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Sharing Common Settings

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It makes sense to share various common editing settings when working on a common Git project:
There are various ways to share these custom editing settings between the people who collaborate on the same Git projects:
  • Use a web editing tool to edit the Git content directly in a web browser with all settings being common in the tool. Example: Oxygen XML Web Author Git connector.
  • Manually share a common set of settings.
  • Share the common settings directly in the Git project. Example: DITA Startup Project. When an Oxygen project that contains settings is distributed in a Git project, writers automatically get the latest updates to the Oxygen environment without any work on their part.