Syncing with Multiple Git Repos
This is almost entirely so that I remember how to do this. A big thanks for arcanez for showing me this in the first place.
In the Perl community, numerous important git repositories are hosted at shadowcat, but of course if you went to that url you would not be able to see all the work that I have spent on each of those projects. I like the fact that github has a nice concise view of my work.
The following is an example of a section from my .git/config in my DBIx-Class-DeploymentHandler:
[remote "all"] url = email@example.com:DBIx-Class-DeploymentHandler.git url = firstname.lastname@example.org:frioux/DBIx-Class-DeploymentHandler.git [remote "origin"] fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/* url = email@example.com:DBIx-Class-DeploymentHandler.git [remote "github"] fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/github/* url = firstname.lastname@example.org:frioux/DBIx-Class-DeploymentHandler.git
This lets you push to origin, github, or all. I tend to only pull from origin and push to all. Hopefully this can at least be a reference for people :-)
If you’re interested in learning more about Git, I cannot recommend Pro Git enough. It’s an excellent book that will explain how to use Git day-to-day, how to do more unusual things like set up Git hosting, and underlying data structures that will make the model that is Git make more sense.Posted Sun, May 23, 2010