Category Archives: git

GIT create repositories on Linux Servers

Put an existing repo on a server (personal use): 1. Make special clone: git clone –bare /LOCAL/PATH/project.git 2. Put clone on server: scp -r project.git USER@example.com:/REMOTE/PATH/ 3. Test your setup: git clone ssh://USER@example.com/REMOTE/PATH/project.git Shared repo from scratch To share any … Continue reading

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Share a git repository

I am involved in a project that decided to use git to share/keep-track of the generated source code. Our research group has a common server that has git installed. I was under the impression that we could just put a … Continue reading

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Showing a pretty ascii git branch topology

If you are using git, you should be branching a lot (it’s encouraged when you use git).  If you have lots of branches (more than two:), you might get a bit lost when it comes to determining the relation between branches. … Continue reading

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git: another way of doing submodules.

Git keeps giving us more.  Today I found out another way of doing submoduling.  It’s kinda strange and probably a bit harder than using submodules (But that might be because I’m not used to it yet).  But it adds to … Continue reading

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Navneet Dalal’s HOG Descriptors

After fighting a bit with the code, I got it to compile.  The following is a list of the things I did: There were a lot of additional files in the src tree.  These files are automatically created by Autotools. … Continue reading

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Preparing for git repository publication

I have a bunch of git repositories that I started in my box.  Now I want to put them on a server and access them through ssh.  Here are the commands that I used to make that happen: Make a … Continue reading

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GIT, you have done it again. (history filtering)

My Friday post talked about my reasons to split my PhD repository into many sub-repositories.  At that moment I did not really know what I was supposed to do or if git even had a command that could help me.  … Continue reading

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