On Jun 14, 5:54 pm, Caio <cmna...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I install git on my machine... and it works fine
> (i read some tutorials and search in this group 
> ..http://groups.google.com/group/git-users/browse_frm/thread/6cf5a3573c...
> )
> but I can't find a tutorial to share my project with another
> programmer (using Windows too)... I just need this 2 machines
> connected
> someone have some tutorial, or can explain to me how to do this?

See http://code.google.com/p/tortoisegit/wiki/HOWTO_CentralServerWindowsXP

You should not be afraid about that "central server" thing as the Git
does not really have the concept of a server; the only common
difference between "server" and "normal" repositories is that "server"
repositories are usually bare.

Having said that, I should note I see no real reason not to push
another box running more Git-and-SSH-happy OS which would host your
shared repository, or using one of Git hostings. From the tutorial
above you'll notice that serving Git on Windows is pain in the neck,
and even using it in "client" mode on Windows is still pain in the
neck (while things are steadily becoming better), so why not use a
solution which just works?
See http://progit.org/book/ch5-0.html for more info on working with
shared repo.

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