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If you want to use [http://git-scm.com/ git] for version control to work privately on personal projects, or collaborate with others on projects, you can use GitLab for central repositories, and for tracking bugs.
 
If you want to use [http://git-scm.com/ git] for version control to work privately on personal projects, or collaborate with others on projects, you can use GitLab for central repositories, and for tracking bugs.
  
= Accessing GitLab =
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== Accessing GitLab ==
  
 
You can access our GitLab server at https://gitlab.ulyssis.org.
 
You can access our GitLab server at https://gitlab.ulyssis.org.
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You can log in with your standard ULYSSIS username and password.
 
You can log in with your standard ULYSSIS username and password.
  
= Getting started with Git =
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== Getting started with Git ==
  
 
If you want to get acquainted with git, these are good free resources:
 
If you want to get acquainted with git, these are good free resources:
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* [http://git-scm.com/docs The official Git reference documentation]
 
* [http://git-scm.com/docs The official Git reference documentation]
  
= Guest users =
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== Guest users ==
  
 
Sadly, we do not provide automated guest user support for GitLab yet, as we do for Subversion. If not everyone who works on your project has their own ULYSSIS account, you can request a Gitlab guest account via email. You simply send an email with the guest account's username (which will be prefixed with an underscore), full name, KU Leuven uid (m/s/r/u number) and email address to ulyssis@ulyssis.org and we will create it. Do keep in mind you bear full responsibility for all guests created for your account.
 
Sadly, we do not provide automated guest user support for GitLab yet, as we do for Subversion. If not everyone who works on your project has their own ULYSSIS account, you can request a Gitlab guest account via email. You simply send an email with the guest account's username (which will be prefixed with an underscore), full name, KU Leuven uid (m/s/r/u number) and email address to ulyssis@ulyssis.org and we will create it. Do keep in mind you bear full responsibility for all guests created for your account.
  
 
[[Category:Versioning]]
 
[[Category:Versioning]]

Latest revision as of 01:58, 26 October 2019

If you want to use git for version control to work privately on personal projects, or collaborate with others on projects, you can use GitLab for central repositories, and for tracking bugs.

Accessing GitLab

You can access our GitLab server at https://gitlab.ulyssis.org.

You can log in with your standard ULYSSIS username and password.

Getting started with Git

If you want to get acquainted with git, these are good free resources:

Guest users

Sadly, we do not provide automated guest user support for GitLab yet, as we do for Subversion. If not everyone who works on your project has their own ULYSSIS account, you can request a Gitlab guest account via email. You simply send an email with the guest account's username (which will be prefixed with an underscore), full name, KU Leuven uid (m/s/r/u number) and email address to ulyssis@ulyssis.org and we will create it. Do keep in mind you bear full responsibility for all guests created for your account.