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Re: [php-49] Git Hubcap

From: Bob A.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 9:30 PM
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On Nov 13, 2012, at 9:23 PM, David Malouf <[address removed]> wrote:

So let's say I want to get really into git (the version control system).  And I want to have a central repository for me and 3 other programmers (read: personalities) 'cause we all spend non-trivial amounts of time off-line (laptop = development environment).  I'd like to express my controlling personality so here are some stipulations: multiple projects stored/hosted in one place and access control (ex. a given developer can only read from some particular repository, merge conditions, etc.).

The really cool git book online ( shows off Gitosis (defunct?) and Gitolite (which looks kind'a interesting).  Or I suppose I/we could just not have a central repo. and just 'remote' each other :-)

I'd rather not pay for a GitHub account at this time.  I'm not against the idea, but I'm curious what goes into self-hosting before I go hosting-as-service. So I'm looking to see if there is some kind of Git Hubcap... something cheap, maybe found by the side of the road... something I can pretend is super-cool for now.

Ideas, suggestions, road-maps from intro-to-git to git-awesome?

David Malouf

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