Git is an association of it's own, if repl.it were to add a cli for git they would have to ask and get git's approval, which is also a huge and long process, so it's unlike that will happen.
Smh, git is an association, since repl.it already has a cli for git apparently, that means repl.it has already received git's approval. Do you know what is business, to have a product of another company in yours you need to have their approval or that will be copyright! The code which people put in github is open source, not the company. @Coder100
You use Java, so you're the audience/customers of Java. But if you made a company and you want Java to be a code in your company for people to use, then you have to have ties with Java. That is why there aren't so many IDE's. Aren't you a college student? Shouldn't you be knowing this? @SixBeeps
No, I don’t think so. Git’s service can be used commercially and they already gave the rights to GitHub to produce that software so Git can be ignored in this case. Responsibility belongs to GitHub which I’m 99% sure are providing the CLI to businesses at no charge but I’d have to double check their stance on it.
The argument with Java and Oracle that was made was a good anecdote for this.
How is Git relevant? They distribute their software freely. The code is open-source, anyone can use and modify it without needing any additional permission. Directly from their website: Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git's permission is not relevant at all here, after reading more into it, what Joseph is saying is not exactly correct. @He1ios