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|Name: git-sync||Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2|
|Version: 0.0.0~git20151024.eb9adaf||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: lp152.3.2||Build date: Fri Sep 20 23:57:32 2019|
|Group: Development/Tools/Version Control||Build host: lamb55|
|Size: 14602||Source RPM: git-sync-0.0.0~git20151024.eb9adaf-lp152.3.2.src.rpm|
|Summary: Safe and simple one-script git synchronization|
Suppose you have a set of text files you care about, multiple machines to work on, and a central git repository (a.k.a. bare reporitory) at your disposal. You do not care about atomic commits, but coarse versioning and backup is grave. For example, server configuration or org-mode files. In that case, git-sync will help you keep things in sync. Unlike the myriad of scripts to do just that already available, it follows the KISS principle: It is safe, small, requires nothing but git and bash, but does not even try to shield you from git. It is non-interactive, but will cautiously exit with a useful hint or error if there is any kind of problem. It is ultimately intended for git-savy people. As a rule of thumb, if you know how to complete a failed rebase, you're fine. Tested on msysgit and a real bash. In case you know bash scripting, it will probably make your eyes bleed, but for some reason it works.
* Mon Mar 12 2018 email@example.com - Format spec. * Fri Mar 09 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org - Initial package.
/usr/bin/git-sync /usr/share/doc/packages/git-sync /usr/share/doc/packages/git-sync/README.md
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