[Hpr] Git repository

Mike Dupont jamesmikedupont at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 3 06:06:25 PDT 2015


Sounds good to me, but please consider hosting the main repo on your
hpr server directly, that is the cheapest and most robust solution.
you can then pull that into the gitlab as a satellite server for ease
of use.

On 6/3/15, Joshua Knapp <jknapp85 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Anhonesthost has a gitlab server setup for projects I maintain.
> Gitlab.anhonesthost.com I believe is where it is running from. I'll double
> check after I get home from jury duty.  You guys can setup accounts there
> and use that server.
>
> --Josh
>
> On Wednesday, June 3, 2015, Mike Dupont <jamesmikedupont at googlemail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi there,
>> do we have hosting available?
>> if hosting is available, you can use just git over ssh with no front
>> end. you can make an http front end public as well. Then people can
>> mirror that to github or gitlab but you can make sure the main repo is
>> always in your hands.
>> http://www.git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-on-the-Server-Setting-Up-the-Server
>>
>> On 6/3/15, Jason van Gumster <jason at monsterjavaguns.com <javascript:;>>
>> wrote:
>> >
>> > sndchaser at cerebralrift.org <javascript:;> wrote:
>> >
>> >> On 2015-06-03 03:27, Klaatu wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > So, I'm voting gitlab. (We also use the self-hosted version at my
>> >> > work,
>> >> > seems to work well).
>> >>
>> >> Let me toss in a complete alternative to git. I know that everyone
>> >> seems to love git these days, but I became quite impressed with fossil
>> >> a
>> >> few years ago.
>> >>
>> >> The big reasons I like fossil:
>> >>
>> >> - Single file repositories
>> >> - Self-contained versioning system (ie there isn't a need for external
>> >> tools like trac or redmine)
>> >> - Everything you need: scm, web-interface, ticket system and wiki all
>> >> in one
>> >> - cgi enabled for web hosting
>> >> - Runs on every platform (it's written in TCL)
>> >> - Running distributed / forks of repositories is easy
>> >>
>> >> And the whole thing is, of course, Open Source.
>> >>
>> >> If you haven't looked at it, it's worth spending some time on their
>> >> website: http://fossil-scm.org/index.html/doc/trunk/www/index.wiki
>> >>
>> >> George
>> >
>> > Just adding to that, I've used fossil for a few small projects (not
>> > entirely
>> > code) and I've been quite impressed with it. The integrated wiki and
>> > ticketing
>> > *is* a bit light, so you may run into trouble if you're trying to do
>> > anything
>> > that a more dedicated wiki or tracker does (or if you want to extend
>> > functionality).
>> >
>> > It's also worth mentioning that that there is a free github-like
>> > hosting
>> > service for fossil over at http://chiselapp.com. I've not personally
>> used
>> > it,
>> > but it is mentioned on the fossil website.
>> >
>> >   -Fweeb
>> >
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