I am trying to setup a central repository for my project.
I decided to use git.
But unfortunately I couldn't do that.
Since all the available tutorials/manuals which says how to setup "GIT central repository on Window Server" were too old .Because all the software they told to use [ like msysgit,cop ssh,tortoise git ] are available in latest versions and the options mentioned in the tutorials & the options present in these software are not matching.
Especially using copssh is my problem.
Mean while I found that GIT can be used via HTTP and SSH also.
But I couldn't understand the advantage and dis-advantages between the above methods.
Can any one suggest or provide me manual how to do a setup?
I eventually ended up rejecting git for use at my company mainly because of the lame central repository support. By comparison, Mercurial comes with a built-in command to run a central repository (for low usage), and instructions for integrating with Apache HTTPD for higher usage. Additionally, Mercurial allowed HTTP/HTTPS to be use for both reads and writes but as far as I could tell git provided only read access via HTTP/HTTPS - writes required ssh access. Fat chance in getting that port opened in the corporate firewall!
Sorry, I thought I had set it up on Windows but apparently I used Ubuntu. I suspect that you won't find any instructions for installing git on Windows - git is very Linux-centric. You will have to set up a Linux system and create your central git repo there.
There is a possible alternative - set up a central git repo on a Windows share, and then have each developer connect to that share to access the repository. That is one of the nice things about it - you don't have to set up a web site to have a remote repository, leveraging the file system works just as well.
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Exactly am trying to do the same you mentioned.
But struck in between due to lack of proper guide
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com