On Wed, 8 Jun 2016 09:40:15 -0700 (PDT)
Derell Licht <derell.li...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Before we begin, is there any real pressing reason to keep things
> > this way?
> Only that I'm new to Git and have never done a conversion like this
> before. At my previous company they used Atlassian tools alot, so I
> used Atlassian's getting started tutorial, and this was pretty much
> how they showed me to do it. I'd actually like to put this all on
> bitbucket, but my current company doesn't want the data offsite, and
> doesn't want to pay for the service.
You could convince them trying out something like GitLab CE  which
is basically a Bitbucket-y thing on your local server.
Here at my $dayjob we use a combo of gitolite (SSH access using public
keys), apache (access via HTTP) and gitweb for repository browsing.
If you're afraid of non-Windows stacks or your bosses prohibit using su
ch stacks (I can understand this) you could try looking at stuff like
[2, 3, 4].
> > Try playing with the url.<base>.insteadOf configuration variables.
> > (Run `git help config` and search for "insteadOf".)
> > Supposedly something like
> > [url
> > "/run/user/1000/gvfs/smb-share:server=192.168.1.122,share=git/Svr10"]
> > insteadOf = "//ntws4/Git/der_libs"
> > in the .git/config of a repository (or right in ~/.gitconfig for
> > that developer -- to be "global") might work.
> Okay, I'll study these options... Thank you!
Please share your results, when/if any.
I know this stuff works for "normal" URIs (those starting with
"http://" etc) but would like to know whether it worked for this more
complicated use case.
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