On Mon, 28 Oct 2013 02:25:11 -0700 (PDT)
"Ignazio Calo'" <ignaz...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I read this page about git 
> hook: http://git-scm.com/book/en/Customizing-Git-Git-Hooks and i
> still have some questions.
> I have a git server with some bare repos and I want create something
> like a continuos integration test so, I need to run a script when
> someone push on these repos.
> Main problem is that these repos are "bare" and doens't contains any
> file. there is a way inside my script to "extract" files from a bare
> repo or i need to create a workingcopy?
> If i create a separated working copy, how can i pull out this working
> copy inside my script?
> I tryed something like this, but seems not working
> cd /home/git/workingcopy/myawesomeapp
> git pull
> ./run_test.sh

Use plumbing Git commands to .  Somehing like this:

$ mkdir -p /path/to/my/CI/dir && cd $_
$ export GIT_DIR=/path/to/a/bare/repo.git
$ export GIT_INDEX_FILE="`pwd`/.index"
$ git read-tree master
$ git checkout-index -a -u
...build, run test suite etc

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