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Adding a second repository

Hi everyone,


I have my source tree repository working fine. However, i faced a need in which i need to have a second 'repository' for the files. For example, is it possible that in every push, the files will be sent to the repository AND/OR a custom folder (server folder). 


I know my question is somewhat vague, but i'd like to have a starting point and know if it is possible or not. Every help counts to start working on this.


Thanks for all the help!

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bgannin Atlassian Team May 08, 2019

Hi @John,

What you're describing sounds a bit like Git LFS with a custom backend/adapter to use your chosen destination instead of a hosting service.

Hope that helps,

Brian Ganninger
Principal Developer, Sourcetree

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