January 05, 2018
3 steps to make Spreadsheet Compare work with git diff
December 15, 2017
For Git, Excel workbooks are just binary files. This means they cannot be diffed via git diff. In this blog post, we hook up Microsoft Office’s Spreadsheet Compare to git diff to create meaningful workbook comparisons.
Getting started with Git and Excel: Set up gitignore
December 01, 2017
By default, Git sees every file in your working directory. This has the ugly side effect that sooner or later you end up with a temporary Excel file under version control.
How to use Git hooks to version-control your Excel VBA code
November 20, 2017
Exporting your VBA modules into stand-alone .bas/.cls/.frm files is a simple and effective way to make Git aware of code inside your Excel workbooks. The goal is to end up with a separate files for each of your VBA modules so that you can benefit from the Git functionalities.
Git workflow for Excel
November 11, 2017
This guide presents a simple recipe for how to use Git for Excel workbooks to support small Excel teams in their existing workflow and simplify collaboration.
xlwings is now on xltrail!
Our most popular open-source project is clearly xlwings, an Excel add-in that allows you to
write user defined functions and macros in Python instead of VBA.