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Sync Git Repository

Posted on: December 23, 2009

I want to copy my git repository to another computer for the purpose of backup. After installed the git on the other computer, I found out a SSH server is also needed on that Windows system. Fortunately followed this blog post, "8 ways to share your git repository", I used the shared folder option. It is not even needed to install git on remote computer.

The remote repository is a shared repository that I can push my branches to. This is great. But what I wanted is only to have a backup my repository. End of the day what I need is the Sync Toy.

Actually I have been playing the engine behind the sync toy for a while, the Microsoft Sync Framework. It seems that things come along together around the concept of disconnected and distributed. Git is. Sync is. It could be a big concept in application development.


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