On Wednesday, June 26, 2013 10:00:13 PM UTC+2, supertol wrote:

> Is there any version of git that works as a standalone executable file 
> (can still depend on libraries, ofc).
> Means, i'd be lookinf for a git.exe (+ dependencies) that i can just drop 
> to a folder and use to initialize a repo in that folder, without having git 
> installed and without git somehow 'polluting' the system. 
> A true standalone command line tool.
> It *seems* to work when i copy the entire git/bin folder over. Can anyone 
> confirm this works, or does that have side effects?

How about using libgit2 to do the Git operations you require (assuming that 
you won't need the entire Git command line toolset)? If you're looking to 
do just a few set operations, perhaps it's possible for you to just do them 
via libgit2:



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