Gitolite: print message after git clone finished
I would like to create a message that pops up whenever someone clones a git repository using gitolite. I want to remind them to clone the hooks repo as well and to activate the contained hooks. How can I do that?
I'm trying to use git on windows to clone a remote repository. I can clone it on my mac fine but on windows I get a problem. WHen using git bash to clone, I get a message saying the server's host key
I have 3 gits wrapped by a manifest file (this manifest file is in a fourth git): If i want to check out one of the gits, I just use git clone. After git clone, I get a remote tracking branch name
I have installed gitolite using rpm in centos6 ie gitolite-2.3.1-1.el6.noarch.rpm and after rpm installation I have run the gl-setup. I am trying to access repo over http. When I try to clone git clon
I am trying to checkout a private repo from github.com onto my dev instance on EC2. $ git clone email@example.com:Org/Product.git Initialized empty Git repository in /home/ec2-user/Product/.git/ Permissi
After I did the git svn clone --stdlayout ..., everything looks good and I have converted remote branches. But when git log --graph, I don't see any branch merging graph. Is it normal?
I tried to search to find a solution. but, I can't. I installed gitolite. And it works well. I can git clone on the local machine, and change gitolite-admin repo too. But I want to use gitolite hookin
Ok, so I've read just about every resource possible on converting from SVN to Git. I am attempting to abandon our SVN server completely and move forward with Gitolite, which is already setup and ready
I am using Gitolite on a remote machine to access my repositories. Remote -> Local Normally everything works fine: I create a new repository on the remote machine, clone it to my local machine and
I recently changed some repositories over to Git from SVN by using git svn clone and then setting up the repository. With a full switch to Git, is it necessary to retain the original SVN repository at
I'm trying to run git clone without ssh checking the repository host's key. I can do it from ssh like that: ssh -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no user@host Is there any way
I need a plumbing command to print the commit message of one given commit - nothing more, nothing less.
I im using AsyncTask to get string from my server. My problem is that after AsyncTask is finished my main thread is crashes and the app is loading the previous window. The strange thing is that im n
I have a project in svn that is set up as: project branches/ tags/ trunk/ when ever I do a git svn clone -s -r ##:HEAD path/to/svn All I get is a series of file and folders that I believe comes from
I am new to using chef. I am able to clone/pull a github repository using the following code on my recipe git /var/www/hello_app do repository git://github.com/MyUser/MyProject.git reference mast
Has any one tryied the easy install option of gitolite? I am trying to install gitolite from my windows (workstation ) to a solaris box. [command used to install] ./gl-easy-install -q git sjcfsap1 git
I've read several other 'git hangs on clone' questions, but none match my environment and details. I'm using git built under cygwin (msys git is not an option) to clone a repo from a Linux host over S
I'm trying to clone from my private git repository using expect to enter the password in one line. I'm trying something like: expect -c 'spawn git clone user@..*.*:/var/.../repository.git/; expect
my setup is ubuntu - gitolite - msysgit. After following this tutorial : https://sites.google.com/site/senawario/home/gitolite-tutorial Everything works fine. So I modified and commited - pushed the
I can't find any posts/articles on how to do this properly -- usually that means you're using it wrong, so I thought I'd ask here to check :) I'm using Gitolite and it's working perfectly. I've implem
I realize that this breaks the core idea of DVCS, and so on, but still, is it possible to write git hook to check if git committer is the same as gitolite user (the one specified in authorized_keys)?
I try to clone a svn repo to git, but some of the branches are in the svn root dir like follows. I've tried $ git clone svn://url/svn-root -T trunk -b branches -b branch1 -b branch2 and $ git clone
Originally I try to use gitosis to manage the git repositories in the company, and later notice gitolite is kind of enhancement of gitosis. And also I heard gerrit could be used for the same purpose,
From git-clone(1) Manual Page --branch can also take tags and detaches the HEAD at that commit in the resulting repository. I tried git clone --branch <tag_name> <repo_url> But it does
Is there some way to upgrade Laravel 4 beta framework's base (or skeleton) without using git clone?
After running: git svn clone https://svn.mycompany.eu/project/trunk There are some missing revisions (for exemaple 500 from 4700 of total revisions). It's a problem, because we have joined a number o
I have installed Git and now I am trying to install gitolite on my server , so I typed: git clone git://github.com/sitaramc/gitolite gitolite/install the result of this command is as follow use the f
I have my remote repository on win server 2003 and after cloninig project from etalon all dates of file creation became dates of cloning. This is OK, but I need to restore dates of creation for files
i use gitsharp, when i want to clone project by http protocol, i will disappear cannot Read available refs but when i use git protocol to clone the same project frome git hub, it success!
I want to clone my git repo with chef git resource. I don't want to use ssh keys for authentication. From the terminal I can simply do this GIT_SSL_NO_VERIFY=true git clone https://url or $git confi
I have this problem: I could git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:myrepo repos on my gitolite server. After that I installed git-daemon to be able to do the same with git protocol. Now I can git clone git://mys
I'm trying to install gitolite on a redhat virtual machine. Now, the machine is not connected to the internet. Therefore, I can't run the 'clone' step of the standard installation. I do have the sourc
Clone attempt over ssh: Cloning into repo... Password: bash: git-upload-pack: command not found fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly Chris-Muenchs-Mac-Book-Pro:rails_projects cmuench$ ssh chrism
When I do a git clone http://<url-to-my-repo>/repo.git, not all of the tags of the repository are copied. When I clone through ssh://, I do not have this issue. I have no clue how this is possib
How do I print a welcome message containing my git aliases when I open a git bash in Windows?
This is my first time to construct the git server. When I use TortoiseGit-126.96.36.199-32bit to handle the operation, everything is fine! But if i use the git clone command or git bash, the git clone proce
I have made a git commit and subsequent push. I would like to change the commit message. If i understand correctly, this is not advisable because someone might have pulled from the remote repository b
After correct (I hope) installation of gitolite, I cloned gitolite-admin repository to my local pc. Unfortunately, when I try to push changes to the server, I receive following error: [me@PC gitolite-
To be more precise, I believe git clone succeeds, but immediately deletes all the files in my resulting local repo. A similar question can be found here, but I couldn't think of a way to phrase my t
I'm using git clone --reference to reduce network traffic over a slow connection. Now, git-clone's man page points out the dangers of using this and suggests git repack -a to break the link, which I'
Lets give a brief summary first. All my private repositories are saved on BitBucket and i check these out using Git Tower on OSX, i also have a local development server running debian that i am connec
I set up a Debian server that uses SSH for shell access and git repos. I created a bare repo on it and using ssh was able to clone it to my Windows 8 workstation, however when trying to push changes b
I am trying to check out a repository from Github, I can use the git:// protocol, but not the http:// protocol. I would type git clone http://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9.git and it would get stuck on cl
I tried to clone git://metaf2xml.git.sourceforge.net/ but this happened: > git clone git://metaf2xml.git.sourceforge.net/ Initialized empty Git repository in /home/barry/METAF2XML/metaf2xml.git.so
I'm trying to clone a git-repository from my stash-server via git clone https://admin@stash-url/path/to/repository.git Unfortunately this gives me the following error Cloning into 'repository'... e
I'm trying to place a clone element after the original element. I did some research and found out how to create a clone and how to place the clone after the original, but I can't seem to put them toge
System: MacOS, standard Jenkins installation. I can clone repository from my user. But Jenkins - can't neither from Git, not from GitHub (my key is added to Git and GitHub). I receive: stderr: Host k
I've tried to follow the instructions and use git clone but it always stops at compressing 47%, tried two different apps so I'm willing to give up on that one. I have a ssh key and I can login usi
Continuing from my previous question I decided to go ahead and reclone the thing : $ git svn clone --branches=Branches/Wrye\ Bash/* \ --tags=Tags/Wrye\ Bash/* \ --trunk=Programs/Wrye\ Bash/ --prefix=s
I was searching a way to display a warning message after someone commits a change, but I couldn't find anything.. Is it possible to do the following? $ git commit -am First commit //Or git commit -