On Fri, 11 Feb 2011 10:27:09 -0800 (PST)
hujiko <artife...@gmx.de> wrote:
> i have set up a git server on ubuntu, and everthing works fine :)
> Now i want to use the current sourcecode to be linked in my apache www
> So when i push to the server, i want a symlink in my apache-dir
> linking to the current head state
> How to do that?
It's not quite clear what do you mean:
1) A working URL which, when being requested, would make Apache to
generate an index page listing the HEAD's checkout?
2) A web front-end to Git showing you the commit log with the ability
to inspect each commit?
The former can be supposedly performed by a repository post-commit
hook, the latter can be done using gitweb .
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