środa, 19 marca 2014

Quick and dirty ad-hoc git hosting

Recently I needed to synchronize my local repository with a remote machine, just for full backup. It's really simple if you have standard Linux tools (Cygwin works too, of course).

1. in a working directory run:
$ pwd
$ git update-server-info

2. in a parent directory start HTTP server:
$ cd ..
$ pwd
$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer
Serving HTTP on port 8000 ...

3. on a remote machine clone/pull/whatever:
$ git clone http://your_ip:8000/project/.git
Step 1 have to be executed manually when local repository has changed.

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