On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 12:16:30PM +0200, William Str?msvold wrote:
> So I should just clone my work-repository on to my USB-drive (FAT32), and
> when I come home, I clone from my USB-drive on to my Home-computer?? And
> later on, use pulling to update the different repositories?

I did

        git --git-dir=f:/bla.git init --bare
        git remote add usb f:/bla.git
        git push --all usb
        git push usb

on machine X and

        git remote add usb /media/disk/bla.git
        git fetch usb

on machine Y.

> Isn't is smarter to pull from my work repository on to the USB-drive,
> instead of pushing?
> What is then the benefit of using "git bundle"?

If storing full repository on the USB flash is impractical and you want
to transfer around just the changes, or if you're transferring the
changes by some other medium (e.g. email).

                                Petr "Pasky" Baudis
The next generation of interesting software will be done
on the Macintosh, not the IBM PC.  -- Bill Gates

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