>>> //linux.ucla.edu/git/ <<<
>>> email@example.com <<<
Git is a free and open source distributed version control system, and our preferred method of sharing source code. LUG@UCLA hosts members' Git repositories at the address above. This page provides an overview of the steps necessary to get your project hosted by LUG@UCLA.
If you don't already have an SSH key pair, you can follow these steps to generate one.
Give your public SSH key to a LUG admin so they can add your key to the system (Gitolite). Also, provide the LUG admin with three bits of information:
- a repository name
- a very short description of the repository (no more than 10 words)
- your email address
Using the repository
First, verify your repository has been created by accessing //linux.ucla.edu/git/. If your repository name is "my-project", then your push/pull address will be:
firstname.lastname@example.org:my-project.git . Your repository will also have a public pull-only address at //linux.ucla.edu/git/my-project.git.
Start working with your repository by cloning it, committing some changes, then pushing those changes:
$ git clone email@example.com:.git $ cd $ echo "my super duper project!" >README.txt $ git add README.txt $ git commit --message="added a readme!" $ git push origin master
If you already have a pre-existing local repository that you just want to push to your new LUG repository, just add a new remote and push all your branches to it:
$ cd $ git remote add lug firstname.lastname@example.org:.git $ git push --all lug $ git push --tags lug
Remember, you can pull the repository from anywhere, but you can only push from your personal computer (or wherever you generated your keys).