Is nice that we can copy one repository from the local gitblit or from url. Like a fork.
We can have two options.
Create new repository ->
1>Select the check "Fork from other location" and happear one url textbox to copy from.
2>Select the check "Fork from local" and happear one combobox with the list of all
Reported by marcomsousa on 2012-09-21 10:47:51
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To do the Integration-Manager-Workflow in the git documentation, all public repos are
a copy of the "blessed repository" all branches or one branch (we can also do this
with a checkbox and combobox/textbox).
I don't know that I'm convinced Gitblit needs explicit support for forking but if I
implement personal repos, then I'll add it.
To my mind this process achieves the same goal:
git clone https://git.somewhere.com/git/blessed.git myclone
(create myclone repo in Gitblit)
git remote add gitblit https://git.somewhere.com/git/myclone.git
git push gitblit
I have implemented preliminary server-side forking. The current design is modeled after
GitHub (hands-off forking to a personal repository) so it does not take into account
your request of cloning a remote repository. That will be considered in the next phase
- manual creation of a personal repository.