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Re: GUB with local git-repo?

From: Knut Petersen
Subject: Re: GUB with local git-repo?
Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2019 00:31:44 +0200
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Hi Harm!

Is it possible to point GUB to a private branch of my local git-repository?

It definitely is possible. Use git as a daemon on localhost.

If yes, how would the command been spelled?


 * gub is installed in ~/gub
 * there isn't a directory ~/srv
 * the git executable is /usr/bin/git
 * there is a local lilypond repository ~/lily with a branch tmptest
 * your system should be protected by a firewall that blocks git protocol 

If you want to use gub to build your local branch tmptest, run something like:

   cd ~
   mkdir srv
   ln -s ../lily srv/lilypond.git

   /usr/bin/git daemon --export-all --reuseaddr --base-path=/home/gub/srv/ 
/home/gub/srv &

   cd gub
   make LILYPOND_REPO_URL=git://localhost/lilypond.git LILYPOND_BRANCH=tmptest 

You might want to kill the git daemon after building lilypond. Or you might 
want systemd to start the git daemon whenever the machine boots. Adapt to your 


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