I am not sure you are replying to me, if not , sorry. I was referring to
GitLab not GitHub , ad it is quite good, sometime I too make a visual
confusion about the two similar names.
On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 6:20:02 PM UTC+1, Jirong Hu wrote:
> GITHub Enterprise is so expensive, I am wondering if anyone is using it.
> > wrote:
>> You know management wants something has an official support. Stash is a
>> good idea, since we are going to buy so many other tools from Atlassian.
>> On Tuesday, 25 February 2014 11:54:51 UTC-5, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
>>> On Tue, 25 Feb 2014 08:01:47 -0800 (PST)
>>> Jirong Hu <jiro...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > For large companies like banks, we need commercial support. We need a
>>> > company like Atlassian for JIRA, JetBrains for TeamCity and JFog for
>>> > Artifactory. A GIT product takes care of integration to popular tools
>>> > such as eclipse, MSVS, as well as JIRA, TeamCity, etc.
>>> > Is there anything similar for GIT? Not GitHub, we want to host it
>>> > within the company.
>>> I'm not really sure how such a product should look like -- here's why:
>>> Eclipse already supports Git through its EGit layer (based on the JGit
>>> library). MSVS 2013 supports Git out of the box; for older versions
>>> you could possibly use Git Extensions. JIRA has Git integration plugin.
>>> TeamCity appears to support Git as well. So what are you really
>>> expecting? A company which would randomly pick these commercial
>>> and free tools you've listed and somehow package it or reimplement and
>>> then support the end result? This seems like an unlikely scenario, IMO.
>>> As to commercial in-house hosting, Atlassian offers  -- does it
>>> 1. https://www.atlassian.com/software/stash
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