I thought it would be useful to automate some other techniques I found to extract code, configs and other information from a git,hg, and bzr repo's identified in a web root that was not 100% cloneable. Each script extracts as much knowledge about the repo as possible through predictable file names and known object hashes, etc.
Basic requirements usually fulfilled by any *nix system.
- wget or curl
gitpillage.sh hostname/directory (directory is optional)
`gitpillage.sh www.example.com/images (would crawl http://example.com/images/.git/)` `gitpillage.sh www.example.com (would crawl http://example.com/.git/)`
`pip install -r pip-requirements.txt`
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