[darcs-users] Mirroring repos to a web host

Gour gour at mail.inet.hr
Wed Nov 26 17:51:23 UTC 2003

Kevin Smith (yarcs at qualitycode.com) wrote:

> My other web host supports 23 languages, including erlang and 
> prolog...but not haskell :-(

> As you suggest, I was too frightened to even try to compile darcs (or 
> even monotone) up there.


> But I have ssh access. So I created a 'push' script that will update my 
> remote repository from my local working directory. It turned out to be 
> simple, once my Linux-guru friend told me what to do. I don't know if 
> it's exactly correct, but it seems to do what I want. You can see it for 
>  yourself here:
> http://qualitycode.rootr.com/repos/yarcs/push

Thank you very much for it. I pulled the script from the repo, modified it
a bit (added --rsh=ssh) and voila !! it works.

Now I can easily mirrot my localhost repos with public web site directory.

This can be maybe added to some sort of FAQ for darcs (maybe some modification
of the script).

> [[[[NOTE: That URL may change, so please don't count on it working for 
> more than a few weeks from now!]]]

It looks like your repo is in old format :-)


gour at mail.inet.hr
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