I'm sorry I forgot about the most important part:
setting the pth variable for the PATH_INFO
    $pth = explode(GIT_DOCUMENT_ROOT, isset($_SERVER['REDIRECT_URL']) ? 
$_SERVER['REDIRECT_URL'] : '', 2);
    $pth = array_pop($pth);



Am Dienstag, 12. Mai 2015 09:40:13 UTC+2 schrieb Matthias Lantsch:
>
> *Hello Git Community,*
> I usually always try to solve problems myself, but I really have gotten 
> onto my limits with this.
> Situation:
> I am trying to create a php "glue" script between apache and the git http 
> backend in order to allow myself to hook into all git processes via my php 
> framework
> (So auth and automatic building and version number handling can be handled 
> from my php git web frontend).
> But I cannot seem to get it to work. The official git http backend 
> documentation <http://git-scm.com/docs/git-http-backend> states this:
> To determine the location of the repository on disk, *git http-backend*
> concatenates the environment variables PATH_INFO, which is set
> automatically by the web server, and GIT_PROJECT_ROOT, which must be set
> manually in the web server configuration.  If GIT_PROJECT_ROOT is not
> set, *git http-backend* reads PATH_TRANSLATED, which is also set
> automatically by the web server.
> It also goes on about what environment variables the web server has to set 
> in order for it to work
>
> PATH_INFO (if GIT_PROJECT_ROOT is set, otherwise PATH_TRANSLATED)
>
>    - 
>    
>    REMOTE_USER
>    - 
>    
>    REMOTE_ADDR
>    - 
>    
>    CONTENT_TYPE
>    - 
>    
>    QUERY_STRING
>    - 
>    
>    REQUEST_METHOD
>    
> Which I am doing as I should:
>      define('GIT_PROJECT_ROOT', '/var/www/html/gittest/');
>      define('GIT_DOCUMENT_ROOT', '/gittest/');
>
>      define('GIT_HTTP_BACKEND', '/usr/lib/git-core/git-http-backend');
>
>     $env = array (
>         "GIT_PROJECT_ROOT" => GIT_PROJECT_ROOT,
>         "GIT_HTTP_EXPORT_ALL" => "1",
>         "REMOTE_USER" => isset($_SERVER["REMOTE_USER"]) ? $_SERVER[
> "REMOTE_USER"] : "REMOTE_USER",
>         "REMOTE_ADDR" => isset($_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"]) ? $_SERVER[
> "REMOTE_ADDR"] : "",
>         "REQUEST_METHOD" => isset($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"]) ? $_SERVER[
> "REQUEST_METHOD"] : "",
>         "PATH_INFO" => $pth,
>         "QUERY_STRING" => isset($_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]) ? $_SERVER[
> "QUERY_STRING"] : "",
>         "CONTENT_TYPE" => isset($request_headers["Content-Type"]) ? 
> $request_headers["Content-Type"] : "",
>     );
>
> To make sure that the problem lies not with the server setup, I have 
> executed tests on 2 different linux machines as well as a windows machine.
> I was testing with a bare repository, which I added a single file to over 
> local push (file://).
> GIt update-server-info was executed as well.
> But I always get the message:
> warning: You appear to have cloned an empty repository.
> Checking connectivity... done.
> And in my apache error log:
> fatal: 'test.git/info/refs': aliased\n
> Googling this very generic and useless (thanks git :)) error message did 
> not fruition in any solution to be found.
> I am that desperate I was just looking at the git source code in order to 
> try if I could see something that was not well documented in the official 
> documentation.
>
> Sorry for the long post, but the Problem has to be described well :)
> Thanks in advance for your help.
>
>
>
>

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