RB doesn't manage the clone at all. You'd need a script to keep it
What we strongly recommend is to use something like cgit/gitweb on the
server with the Git repository, and use that for access. Sounds like that's
a problem with Heroku though? Can you go into more detail about that?
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On Sun, Jul 1, 2012 at 4:02 AM, Michael Fang <airfang...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi RB devs, thanks for such a cool tool.
> I am trying to set up a custom git repo (since my app was hosted on
> Heroku, it doesn't seem to have web access for remote files). I guess my
> only bet is to use the "local clone" approach described here?
> If I understand the doc correctly, am I responsible for keeping the local
> clone on the RB server in sync, or RB will automatically pull the latest
> version of the files via mirror path whenever a review request is posted?
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