> From: Alain <raf.n...@gmail.com>
> but what i do not understand is if only 1 person manage the bare repository
> (setting access right to this repository) on local disk, how can he prevent
> other people to modify, stage and push changes to it ?
> Moreover, the bare repository is not for only 1 file... :(
> I would like to understand the mechanism. How people can pull/push (having
> non bare clone) to it, and the person managing the bare repository will
> manage the pushes/pulls to define what is going or not ?
> i'm lost with it.
Fundamentally, access to a repository is controlled by the file-access
mechanisms of the system that contains it. Another user on the same
system can push changes to it if the user has permission to write the
files in the repository structure. A user on another system can
remotely push changes if the remote-access program (usually sshd)
allows the remote user to run a program on the system that has
permission to write the files in the repository structure.
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