On Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 9:40:13 AM UTC+2, Matthias Lantsch wrote:
> *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).
I'm afraid I don't understand the use-case. But if you have low-level 
concrete questions that don't get answered on this mailing list, you could 
try asking on the Git developers' mailing 
list: https://gist.github.com/tfnico/4441562

I think if I was writing a framework that would operate on Git 
repositories, I would use some library like libgit2 to interoperate with 
the repositories, instead of using the rather limited HTTP protocol. There 
is a dormant project that implements libgit2 bindings in PHP 
here: https://github.com/libgit2/php-git

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