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Personal Git repositories on Alioth (was: manpages.debian.org has been modernized!)

Wouter Verhelst <wouter@debian.org> writes:

> […] for future reference, this is ridiculously easy for anyone who's a
> Debian Developer or otherwise has an account on alioth:
> ssh to git.debian.org, and run:
> mkdir -p public_git/repo.git
> cd public_git/repo.git
> git init --bare
> log out again; then, in your local repository, run:
> git remote add --mirror debian git.debian.org:public_git/repo.git
> git push debian
> you're done.

Thank you.

Does the resulting repository automatically get published on Alioth,
managed by ‘cgit’ at a ‘anonscm.debian.org’ URL?

I'd like to be able to use the resulting URL in the “VCS-Git” field of
the package.

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Ben Finney

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