On Wed, Jan 16, 2013 at 10:06:15PM +0400, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> > In regards to the repositories, I think I understand correctly that
> > each developer will have a local repository that they will work
> > from, and that there will also be a remote repository (origin) that
> > will hold the original version of the project.
Note that this is just one common topology for setting up repos (and it
is probably the simplest). Others are described here:
> > Ideally we'd prefer to simply create our remote repository on a drive
> > of one of our local network servers. Is this possible?
> Yes, this is possible, but it's not advised to keep such a "reference"
> repository on an exported networked drive for a number of reasons (both
> performance and bug-free operation).
I agree that performance is not ideal (although if you are on a fast
LAN, it probably would not matter much), but I do not recall any
specific bugs in that area. Can you elaborate?
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