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Cgit is an internal service used by many members of
Cyberia for version control purposes. It also serves as a
source of truth for many of our records. We use
https://git.zx2c4.com/cgit by Jason Donenfeld with a
custom CSS theme.
Click "Git" on your navigation bar. :)
> When I clone a repository, which URL should I use?
There are two URLs, and they serve different purposes.
-> git@ is a read-write URL.
-> https:// is a read-only URL.
> How do I make a new repository?
Login to gibson and issue the mkrepo command.
-> ssh gibson.cyberia.club -p 3215
-> sudo -u git mkrepo folder/reponame
== Resources ==
Git is meant to be straightforward, and we use it as
intended. A simple remote repository, with no frills,
that hosts our code and gives us a space to collaborate.
We submit patches via mailing list - this gives us a
universal code delta (git + a diff) over a universal
currently, patches should be sent to `email@example.com`.
Is the server backed up?
Yeah, all of git is backed up many times per day to a
redundant ZFS volume.
How do I see files?
Go to a repo and click `tree`.
== Changelog ==
- 2020-01-31: cgit was moved to a new URL (from
git.cyberia.club to cyberia.club/cgit)
- 2020-02-25: cgit was moved back to its'
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Cyberia Computer Club 2020-∞
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