Hiding code from other users

Hello,

I want to add someone to my private repo with read-only permission . But i don't want to share my code. I mean , he can create new issues , he can read wiki but he can't see my codes and commits.

Is it possible?

1 answer

Hi Eray,

Having read only access to your repository means he can read your code. So this will not be possible.

You can keep your repository private and make your wiki and issue tracker public. In this case he will not be able to read your code. Although I am quite sure this is not the kind of setup you are looking for.

Cheers

Bhushan

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