2014-02-25 18:15 GMT-03:00 Magnus Therning <mag...@therning.org>:
> On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 10:40:16AM -0800, Jirong Hu wrote:
> > I took a quick look at Stash. Do we really need this? This looks
> > like a GIT add-on, as it said, GIT repo management tool. It's not
> > GIT, right?
> AFAIU you /do/ want a GIT repo management tool -- something that
> allows you to manage your GIT server, create new repos, set up access
> rights, etc.
> GIT itself is nothing more than a set of command line tools that
> operate on a repo on your local computer. It is not in and of itself
> a client-server application[^1]. One could say it's the client, and
> then you need something else to serve up the repos, a webserver.
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> schedules, there will be Real Programmers willing to jump in and Solve The
> Problem, saving the documentation for later. Long live Fortran!
> -- Ed Post
> [^1]: In most setups at least, there is always git-daemon, but you
> shouldn't use it for serious deployments.
In other words git is a decentralized vcs and when you need to share your
work with various team members things can turn a little messy, this tools
will help you organizing this things.
This tools work over git, they aren't a add-on.
I also recomend gitlab, they offer two versions comunity edition and
enterprise or something like that.
Nelson Efrain A. Cruz - https://plus.google.com/106845325502523605960/about
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