? Github: Share private repository with another organization

I belong to two github organizations, let's say O1 and O2.There is one private repository in O1 that can only be accessed by the people who belong to O1.Is there a way I can share that repository with
 ? Github: Share private repository with another organization

I belong to two github organizations, let's say O1 and O2.There is one private repository in O1 that can only be accessed by the people who belong to O1.Is there a way I can share that repository with
 ? SVN - GIT mirror

I have a SVN central repository with many branches and tags. But now I want to start using GIT for the development team ( As in I need to set up a GIT server). So I was given a task to mirror the SVN
 ? Is it possible to set a Git/SVN version control on a webhost? And what are the advantages compared to having a personal local server?

I'm quite confused by these concepts. I want to have a version control for my web site project. Should I install Git on my localhost or is it possible to host it on a rented web server? Is it safe? Wh
 ? VSO continuous integration and custom DLL

I'm trying to set up CI with with visual studio online in an existing project, using git.My project contains a custom DLL and I can not find a way to resolve this error : C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBui
 ? automatic pull from git without a certain folder

I was wondering if there is a way to automatic pull from git without overwriting files in a certain folder, I already discovered a way to automatic pull and overwrite local data but we also have log f
 ? How can I visualize per-character differences in a unified diff file?

Say I get a patch created with git format-patch. The file is basically a unified diff with some metadata. If I open the file in Vim, I can see which lines have been modified, but I cannot see which ch
 ? Coloring white space in git-diff's output

Regarding code formatting I'm kind of purist :). I very often remove unnecessary white spaces (lines with only ws, ws at the end of lines etc). I even have set vim to show that kind of lines colored t
 ? Why should I care about lightweight vs. annotated tags?

I switched from Subversion to Git as my day-to-day VCS last year and am still trying to grasp the finer points of "Git-think".The one which has been bothering me lately is "lightweight" vs. annotated
 ? How to list all Git tags?

In my repository, I have created tags using the following commands. git tag v1.0.0 -m 'finally a stable release'git tag v2.0.0 -m 'oops, there was still a major bug!'How do you list all the tags in th
 ? How to check out most recent git tag using Ansible?

Is there an easy way to have Ansible check out the most recent tag on a particular git branch, without having to specify or pass in the tag? That is, can Ansible detect or derive the most recent tag o
 ? How do you use tags in git to manage software versions

We use git to manage our project, we have a branch for each:devstagingproductionI want to use git tags to manage versions of the software. As far as I can see if I am on a branch and add a few commits
 ? How to use tags for versioning in git gui

I'm a complete and utter noob, so be gentle!I'm using git gui, and never touching the command line interface. I'm a noob, and some of the people i'm working with are even noob-ey-er...Current state:
 ? Why should I use tags vs. release/beta branches for versioning?

I've been using git for about a year and would like to use tagging to, well, tag commits at different versions. I've found lots of info on the commands to use to work with tags, but what I'd like to k
 ? How to sort git tags by version string order of form rc-X.Y.Z.W?

When I enter a command:git tag -lI get such results:rc-0.9.0.0rc-0.9.0.1rc-0.9.0.10rc-0.9.0.11rc-0.9.0.12rc-0.9.0.2rc-0.9.0.3rc-0.9.0.4rc-0.9.0.5rc-0.9.0.6rc-0.9.0.7rc-0.9.0.8rc-0.9.0.9Instead of this
 ? Why is "git describe" showing an older tag version on my clean git repo copy?

Some background:I currently have two local git repos which point to the same origin/master project. The reason I have two git repos is so that I have a clean master copy that I can use whenever I nee

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