I find out that with Dropbox + git is possible to create a reliable, backed and shared repository for free.
I’ve been using this post so many time that is time to save it for later use.
We’re in the process of evaluating several source control systems here at the office. It’s a JOYOUS experience and I mean that… sorta. Currently, we have a montage of files dumped into two SourceSafe repos.
At this point, most of you are either laughing, crying, or have closed your web browser so you don’t get caught reading something with the word ‘SourceSafe’ in it. That’s cool, I get that.
As part of my demonstrations (for the various toolings we’re looking at), I wanted to show how simple it was to create a local GIT repository.
Since I’m discussing ‘local’, I’m taking a lot of things out of the picture.
- Authentication/authorization is handled by Windows file permissions/Active Directory. If you can touch the repo and read it, then knock yourself out.
- Everything is handled through shares, no HTTP or that goodness. Users are used to hitting a mapped drive for SourceSafe…
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