GitHub provides you private repositories. If that's OK with you to pay them
a small sum, that should work. Otherwise, if you need the full
functionality of GitHub, you may want to check GitLab, which does just
that. Or, if you only need a private, central Git repository, you can
install Git on a any server you want (and with which I'm not familiar with
in Windows environments).
On 9 Oct 2014 13:33, "Simon Earnshaw" <simonearnsha...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to use Git. I need to read up a bit more on it as I did some
> tutorials about a year ago and have forgotton some of the details. But
> before I take the plunge I need to know if and how I can do the following:
> I want to use it on Windows.
> I want to use Visual Studio, sometimes I may use Sublime Text.
> I want to use Git and set up a private "GitHub" on my own virtual server
> I've just span up at work, its Windows Server 2008R2.
> Using GitHub is not an option as this is not open source software, it's
> closed source.
> Many thanks to anybody who can give pointers/advice.
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