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[libvirt] git access [was: virtio console: name=foo is not supported]

On 12/11/2011 06:18 PM, MATSUDA, Daiki wrote:
> P.S. I can not use GIT, because live in restricted network.

Not necessarily true.  Git, being a distributed version control system,
is great at letting you copy a repository via non-networked means
between systems that can't share a network.  For example, you can tar up
the .git directory from a machine that has libvirt.git checked out, burn
the tarball to a CD, sneakernet the CD to your other machine, and unpack
things on your firewalled devel machine for an initial setup of a full
git repository; then commands like 'git bundle' can be used to provide
incremental synchronization between your machine with network access and
your machine where you are developing.  Granted, it's not as easy as
network access, but at least it remains possible (which is more than can
be said of any centralized system like CVS).

Eric Blake   eblake redhat com    +1-919-301-3266
Libvirt virtualization library http://libvirt.org

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