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--[[User:Mayhewn|Neil Mayhew]] 23:28, 18 November 2010 (UTC)
 
--[[User:Mayhewn|Neil Mayhew]] 23:28, 18 November 2010 (UTC)
  
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Actually, I've just realized we don't really offer http access: http://git.lsdev.sil.org/ takes you to the gitweb interface. Access is still possible using the right URL (eg http://linux.lsdev.sil.org/git/public/PROJECTNAME.git/) but this is an anomaly and I plan to take this away eventually.
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So I'm taking out the http references altogether.
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--[[User:Mayhewn|Neil Mayhew]] 00:01, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
  
 
== Filling with content ==
 
== Filling with content ==

Revision as of 18:01, 18 November 2010

Setup

  1. I don't think the global config is necessary when creating a bare repo. After all, no commits are being made.
  2. Rahab's version of git doesn't seem to allow you to specify a directory name with init. You have to:
    mkdir PROJECTNAME.git; cd PROJECTNAME.git; git init --bare --shared=group
  3. I'd prefer us just not to offer http access, and since this may go away at some point in the future I think we shouldn't include this in our instructions. Http is useful only for people whose company firewall blocks outgoing git connections, and if we get a request from someone like that we can consider enabling it then.
  4. After cloning, origin will already be set up as a remote, so git push should be sufficient. At the most it should be git push origin master. Putting the whole ssh URL in the instructions seems offputting.

--Neil Mayhew 23:28, 18 November 2010 (UTC)

Actually, I've just realized we don't really offer http access: http://git.lsdev.sil.org/ takes you to the gitweb interface. Access is still possible using the right URL (eg http://linux.lsdev.sil.org/git/public/PROJECTNAME.git/) but this is an anomaly and I plan to take this away eventually.

So I'm taking out the http references altogether.

--Neil Mayhew 00:01, 19 November 2010 (UTC)

Filling with content

Since the repo won't be empty for long, isn't it better to put up with the warning rather than put a junk file and commit into it?

--Neil Mayhew 23:29, 18 November 2010 (UTC)