On Thu, 9 Oct 2014 01:37:12 -0700 (PDT)
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
> 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.
I'd recommend to look at Atlassian Stash .
I did not use it, and I am not affiliated with them but for commercial
deployments their licensing costs appears to be rather moderate and
contrary to github or any other hosting solution you're hosting your
repos on your boxes which may give more confidence in their security
and integrity (so long you're trusing closed source solutions).
And yes, it officially works on Windows.
If you need a F/OSS turn-key solution, try looking at  -- it's a pure
Java application which uses JGit library to access Git repositories.
Works on Windows.
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