rcpu -h shithub.us \ -c newrepo -d 'description' \ -c 'firstname.lastname@example.org' repo git/push -u hjgit://shithub.us/$user/repo
Your repositories live under
A repo contains a few control files for the web interface. All of them live under the repository, in /usr/git/$user/$repo/.git/$file. These are the control files that are currently supported:
You can cd into there create the repository,
and flag them as web-visible by hand, or you can
script, which is a small wrapper around
git/init that creates the control files:
newrepo [-d description] [-c contact] reponame
README files in the repo will be rendered, but if you don't want to clutter root of your repository with junk, you can also add README files here:
Shithub is hosted on 9front, and uses dp9ik
authentication for pushing code. In order to
push from Unix, you'll need a git remote helper
that allows pushing
One is available here.
Repositories can be created as above, using 9cpu in place of cpu.