Thank you for the assistance. I tried using the HTTPS URL, but I had to
encode both the username and password into the URL: just having the
username, or nothing, and filling in the Username/Password fields below
gave a "No Repository" error. I didn't feel comfortable having a password
visible in that form so I chose not to keep it that way. I decided to both
link to the local git repo, and have a URL mask, but I had a "The File was
not found in the repository" error when I tried to rbt post. Turned out I
did not finish the local path (forgot to add the .git to it); my mistake,
however, showed that it was still was looking at the path even with the
mask URL filled in.
In either case, they only way I managed to get it working was with keeping
a local repo in sync. Since it is working fine as is for our purposes , I
am probably going to keep it that way. Thanks for the help.
On Friday, January 10, 2014 2:43:37 PM UTC-5, Christian Hammond wrote:
> You can try entering an https URL, if that's available. Alternatively,
> enter a path to any git clone, then go into the database through the MySQL
> command line tools or something and update the path there to the correct
> On Friday, January 10, 2014, Erika Redmark wrote:
>> I eventually decided to re-clone the repo, install a cron job to
>> regularly keep things in sync. As time goes by I will see if my cron job is
>> working but I am sure over time I can refine it, at least until I can start
>> using masks.
>> Speaking of, this whole issue I am having is coming from verification of
>> a field (Path) that you said I don't even need. Is there a way to manually
>> configure a repository and skip the GUI, allowing me to just specify the
>> mask? Whilst that might not solve the rbssh problem, it sounds like it
>> would be still a good work-around.
>> - Erika
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