On Wednesday, October 31, 2012 6:08:16 AM UTC+1, Cesar Casasola wrote:
>
> Thanks for helping. Now, I created my server repository as bare 
> repository. The changes from clone repositories are reflected on server 
> although 
> I don't see them (I've checked when get last changes from server 
> repository with "fetch" and "pull").
>
> I guess in a bare repository the files are stored in binary because There 
> isn't a working directory where they are physically. Truth?
>
>
Yeah, kinda. A bare repository has no working tree. It only contains the 
stuff you normally have within the .git folder. Still, many Git commands 
like "log" and "ls-files" work just as well in a bare repository.

Read more about bare repositories here: http://git-scm.com/book/ch4-2.html 

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