On Thu, 4 Aug 2005, Junio C Hamano wrote:

Johannes Schindelin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

I'd like to not being forced to install git. Scenario: I have an SSH
account on a remote machine. I am not root there, but I'd like to
synchronize my work with git. I can not install git.

Sorry, but now you completely lost me.  You want git, you are
not root, you cannot install git system wide, so you run git
installed in your $HOME/bin somewhere instead.  I think I am
following you correctly up to this point.

But if that is the case, I do not see where your objections to
the template directory installed somewhere under $HOME/etc comes
from, which is what the default Makefile does, or at least
attempts to.

Sorry, I am so used to not installing in my home because of small quotas :-(

Anyway, my usual setup is that I check git out from my private branch, add that directory to my path, and every once in a while do a "git pull origin && make test". Right now, it works.


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