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Putting a local project maintained in git on a server as a central repository

Note: The agaric git repository is not public, but this approach will work on your own server.

Stefan explained: copy your folders to your home dir on the server, cd to /srv/git and then run git clone --bare folder folder.git

cd ~
scp -r customhome

On the server:

ben@server:/srv/git/agaric$ git clone --bare ~/customhome customhome.git

Initialized empty Git repository in /srv/git/agaric/customhome.git/

And don't forget!

Managing an SVN Repository

Although there is a SVN guide online, it'll probably be just easier to bring forward our more commonly infrequently used processes (and subsequently, easily forgotten). And while we're at it, discuss our conventions.

Tagging and Branching

Tags are not modified while branches can be modified as a working copy. The purpose of tags is to record a static snapshot of a point of code.

Release Procedure

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