On Thu, 16 Aug 2012 07:11:28 -0600
"J.V." <jvsr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We have a central/shared bare repo setup on a Linux box by our
> scc/build team.
> Each developer pulls/pushes to this repo. I have two windows boxes
> where I have cloned the repo. I want to commit and then on my second
> windows box pull from my other box and keep those in sync until it is
> time to push to central.
> What do I need to setup on each Windows 7 box to get this working?
Create a regular Windows share for the project directory on the box
you want to fetch from, ensure your user from another box is able to
successfully authenticate on that share, and then on that box add
the created share as a remote like this:
git remote add otherbox file:////thatbox/sharename
To fetch from that "otherbox" remote you then go like this:
1) Run Windows Explorer, navigate to \\thatbox\sharename,
authenticate (if needed). This will ensure all the next accesses
will be automatically authenticated.
2) Do `git fetch otherbox`.
Of course, you can just attach that share as a network drive and then
modify the URL for your remote accordingly.
Note that since the repos are normal (non-bare) this will work well only
for fetches (see the FAQ for more info).
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