On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 02:57:51AM -0500, Ethan Reesor wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 2:50 AM, Konstantin Khomoutov
> <kostix+...@007spb.ru> wrote:
> > What's wrong with
> > $ ssh myuser@remotehost 'mkdir /path/to/MyRepo.git; cd $_; git init --bare'
> > $ git push --all git@remotehost:MyOtherRepo.git
> > ?
> Nothing, I just wanted to make myself a command to do that for me.
We talked about this a long time ago. One problem is that it's
inherently unportable, as the procedure to make a repo is potentially
different on every server (and certainly that is the case between a
regular user running stock git and something like GitHub or Google Code;
I imagine even gitolite has some special procedures for creating repos,
One proposal made in the previous discussion was to define a microformat
for repository administration commands. So that you could connect and
say "git admin-create-repo /path/to/MyRepo.git", and the server-provided
admin-create-repo command would take care of the details. Then stock git
could forward it to "git init --bare", GitHub could do the same and
create the necessary database records, etc.
And once that standardized method was in place, it would be easy to add
a "--create" option to "git push" to request an "admin-create-repo"
I still think that's a reasonable way forward, but nobody was interested
enough to start writing code for it.
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