Err.. disregard.... I figured out how to use this in the manner we desire.
On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 2:45 PM, rhugga <chuck.car...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I thought I understood this pretty well until I dug into chapter 4 and
> running a GIT server.
> We were looking at taking a approach like this:
> We want a master repo, located on a server and sitting on NAS storage. eg:
> Each developer will have their own directory under /GITREPO, for example:
> We don't work on the same files and don't need to worry about merging,
> I then envisioned each person pulling down a local copy to wherever they
> prefer to work from. This might be a backup server, a storage admin server,
> their local workstation, etc... I then envisioned them committing their
> changes back to the "master repo". So the server holds the "master" copy of
> Am I going about this wrong? Chapter 4 left me a little confused by
> mentioning the server only holds a "bare metal" copy of your project,
> basically the .git directory.
> Thx for any info,
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