Oh, gosh - I've made a mistake in my question, I meant he should be capable
of doing git *PUSH*. When I limit his write permission he can't do it,
but... when he has a write privileges - he is able to delete whole
On Tuesday, 28 June 2016 15:17:35 UTC+2, Philip Oakley wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> *Sent:* Tuesday, June 28, 2016 1:38 PM
> *Subject:* [git-users] Permissions problem.
> I've got remote repository on my network share.
> I need to add permission to write for my workmate, so he can execute git
> pull, but... now he can delete whole my .git folder (from Explorer/cmd,
> etc.). I would like to limit his privileges to I guess... pushing. How to
> achieve that?
> I presume these are Windows sharing permissions.
> What you are looking for is read-only, so that the pull can do the fetch
> from you, and then does the merge locally in his PC/share.
> Make sure you understand the difference between a (remote) tracking
> branch, and the "remote" itself. It is easy to confuse which parts are
> truly local (on your PC), apparrently local (mapped shares with r/w
> access), and properly remote (either served, or mapped drive with r/o)
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