[darcs-users] Re: Best way to create a remote repo

Mark Stosberg mark at summersault.com
Mon Nov 29 22:29:07 UTC 2004

On 2004-11-29, Pedro Melo Cunha <melo at isp.novis.pt> wrote:
> I'm working in a copy of my local repository, and I would like to push=20=
> my repo to a remote server. It seems really easy to do a darcs push=20
> from the local repo, but that assumes that I already have a repo in the=20=
> remote server.
> What's the recommended way to create a remote repository, that will be=20=
> used by others?
> Should I just:
>     mkdir somedir
>     cd somedir
>     darcs init
> and then
>     cd localrepo
>     darcs push user at remote_server:somedir
> Is this the recommended way to create a remote repository?

That's what I do. I believe that's the recommended way, as well. It is
the case that some  people may care to disable some features on public
repositories, which will eventually be automated with flags passed to
'darc init'.


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