Push my changes from project.git into my repository after changes

Hi.

On a local server I have a repository build with git init and outside a clone build with git init --bare project.git.

When I push my changes to this server to project.git after this I have to pull this changes from project.git to the main repository manual. I go into the project.git directory on the server and perform 

git push /path/to/the/repository/directory master:master.

How to manage this automaticaly after push my changes to project.git

 

I hope you could understand what I meant.

1 answer

Hi, 

you should probably set the remote origin of your local repository. 

You can do this with a command, similar to the following (for github):

git remote set-url origin git@github.com:USERNAME/OTHERREPOSITORY.git

for more info:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7259535/setting-up-a-remote-origin

 

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