git-tools is a collection of scripts and tools to make developing with git and hosting a git repo easier.
Creating a Repository
mkgit command is provided to create a git repository on the machine you intend to use to host the repo. It assumes you have a user named
git and will try to
git if it isn't run as
It takes a single argument: the name of the project.
git@code-$ mkgit project-one Creating repo project-one.git Initialized empty Git repository in /tmp/project-one.git/ Next steps: mkdir project-one cd project-one git init touch README git add README git commit -m 'first commit' git remote add origin git@code:project-one.git git push origin master Existing Git Repo? cd existing_git_repo git remote add origin git@code:project-one.git git push origin master
When you're done, it prints instructions on how to set up the repo on your client (dev) machine. Kudos to github for thinking of this.
github-style post-receive hook
post-receive script will send a JSON payload to all the uris listed in the repo's
hooks.uris configuration option. Most likely you'll want to set it on a system level. Example:
git@code-$ git config -l uris.project=http://code.example.com/projects/show/%name% uris.commit=http://code.example.com/repositories/revision/%name%?rev=%id% hooks.uris=http://localhost:8001/
The above will post to
http://localhost:8001/ with the JSON payload. The other two configuration options are for uris that go into the payload, such as the uri for the commit and the uri for the project. The above examples are for Redmine.