In order to use Git, you must first create a repository to store your files. Once created, you can then access the files in the repository using your Git client software on your computer (for example, by using the command-line ‘git’ tool or a GUI tool such as TortoiseGit).
Git provides the ability to create many clones of a repository and work on them independently (this being the primary characteristic of a Distributed Version Control System). However it is common practice to designate one repository to serve as the master, or ‘origin’, from which other repositories are derived.
To begin using Git at ProjectHut, it is first necessary to create a repository to serve as the origin for your project.
Git Repositoriesmenu link.
Create new Git Repositorybutton.
Createbutton to create the Git repository.
Updateto apply the permissions.
Once you have finished creating the repository, you will be presented with an information screen which shows the
Repository URL required to access the Git repository. You can now return to the repository list by clicking on the
Git Repositories menu link. Here you will now find that the new repository is shown in the repository list.
Note: If you click on the orange coloured external link button corresponding to a Git repository, it will take you to the Gitweb page for this repository. You will be required to authenticate as one of the Users that were granted access on the permissions page in order to access Gitweb, and the repository itself.
For example, the URL for the myproject repository is of the form:
You also use this URL to access the repository from your Git client, as well as your web-browser.