git-etc is a simple daemon that automatically creates git repository in the given directory and creates commit at the specified time interval.
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git-etc

Information

Simple daemon that automatically creates git repository in the given directory and creates commit at the specified time interval. To start deamon just run systemctl start git-etc as root.

License

GPLv3

help message

  • git-etc:

      Usage: git-etc [ -c | --config /etc/git-etc.conf ] [ -h | --help ] [ -v | --version ]
    
      Parametrs:
          -c  --config      - path to configuration file
          -h  --help        - show this help and exit
          -v  --version     - show version and exit
    
      See "man 1 git-etc" for more details
    
  • ctrlconf:

      Usage: ctrlconf [--default] [ -h | --help ] [ -v | --version ]
    
      Additional parametrs:
          --default     - create default configuration file
          -h  --help        - show this help and exit
          -v  --version     - show version and exit
    
          See "man 1 ctrlconf" for more details
    

Configuration

All settings are stored in /etc/git-etc.conf. After edit them you must restart daemon (systemctl restart git-etc).

See also

man 1 git-etc
man 1 ctrlconf
man 5 git-etc.conf

Instruction

Dependencies

  • bash (sed, awk, etc)
  • git
  • systemd
  • python2 (make)
  • python2-pyqt4 (GUI)
  • xterm (GUI)

Installation

  • download sources

  • run install.sh from source directory:

      cd git-etc
      sudo ./install.sh "/path/to/root"