On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 11:39:44AM -0400, Joel McGahen wrote:
> I have a question about GIT remote repos. Here is my scenario.
> 1. Work client has a repo (origin, branch of master).
> 2. Due to contractual issues I need to host a remote copy of this repo that
> my developers can utilize while we get the contractual issues resolved as
> development must continue.
> 3. I have a virtual machine from the client which already has a remote of
> origin setup.
> 4. I have created a bare repo on a server my developer's have access to.
> 5. I have added that remote to my copy of the client VM local repo and pushed
> its contents to my newly created bare repo.
> What I need to understand is how to
> a) Connect my developer's VM local repos to the new remote repo I created so
> they can continue to work.
> b) Once the contractual issues are resolved reconnect the developer's local
> repos back to the original orgin/master repo and merge all their changes.
> I'm fairly new to GIT but have worked with version control for a long time
> (CVS, PVCS, Subversion etc).
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
The short answer is: git remote add (and git help remote for
details). It's also possible to manally edit .git/config if it's
basically just a adress change you're doing.
The long answer is harder. You've experience with centralized systems.
Remember that git is decentralized. Every developer you've is a fully
functional unit on his own. All you need is a way for the developers to
interact with eachothers. It can be done via e-mail, or with them
pulling from eachother directly or as you've done, with one central
repository that everyone sync to.
The questions you've is rather fundamental to git. I tells me that you
do not fully utilize the strengths of git. I suggest reading the
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