Git repos on secure-scuttlebutt (SSB).
This package includes:
- A command line tool
git-ssbfor managing SSB git repos
- A git remote helper
ssb://URLs with git
- A web server
git-ssb-webfor browsing repos locally
npm install -g git-ssb
You can use a
ssb:// remote like any other git remote. A repo on SSB is
identified by a message ID. To create a new git repo on SSB, use the command
git ssb create. You can only push to SSB git repos that you created, not ones
created by other users.
Publish an existing repo to SSB:
cd repo git ssb create ssb my-cool-repo git push --tags ssb master
Clone a repo from SSB:
git clone ssb://<msgId> repo
Fork a git-ssb repo you have already cloned:
cd repo git ssb fork mine # edit and commit, then push changes: git push mine
Run the web server for browsing repos:
git ssb web
As with patchwork,
git-ssb reads the
variable when deciding what scuttlebot instance to connect to.
git-ssb also uses git's config to get the appname if the
environment variable is not set. To make it so a repo only gets used in your
testing environment, you can configure the repo as
git config ssb.app_name test
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