Ok, I'll try this one out!!

It's not a big repository, so I'd like to transfer the whole
repository first and then just push the changes. (Like you have
mentioned here)


On Sep 23, 12:20 pm, Petr Baudis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 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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