== Some tips for git ==

git rebase -i $(git merge-base HEAD master)
rebase everything what was done in a (feature) branch interactively

git stash
save everything away

git stash apply
restore it

push a remote branch, e.g. the local 0.7 to a new remote branch 0.7

git push origin 0.7:refs/heads/0.7

How to detach uninteresting history on non-published repos
http://honk.sigxcpu.org/con/Truncating_git_history.html


== Get your git repo online ==

Not used anymore!
I am using now https://gitorious.org which also handles
issues of giving other people ssh access and merge
requests.
(gitolite or gitorious if you want to host yourself)

The tutorial also does not work fine under debian,
because git-daemon does not work together nicely
with init.d.

(Everything on the machine which should serve the repo)
1.) To access the git repo via ssh, this is enough:
Copy the copy to /home/ftp/git/$REPO (or anywhere else,
this folder is used at step 2)

2.)To get access over the read-only git protocol
(git-deamon-run must be installed)
  sudo ln -s /home/ftp/git/$REPO/.git /var/cache/git/$REPO
  touch /home/ftp/git/$REPO/.git/git-daemon-export-ok


You are done!

References:
http://www.die-welt.net/index.php/blog/199/Notes_on_serving_Git_with_Debian
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