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From Jin Tak Lee <>
Subject Re: [GSoC] [Beginer] Git Pull open source version
Date Thu, 02 Mar 2017 05:36:01 GMT
Dear Mr.Maru.

This is Jin Tak. I just want to clarify the premise of the problem. Let's
say someone makes the change on the code and I can monitor the change. You
are asking how to update the git repository without any conflicts when you
do git pull. Am I correct?
I'm looking into the project.

Thank you,

Jin Tak Lee

On Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 2:59 PM, Suresh Marru <> wrote:

> GSoC Aspirants,
> If you are looking for a small project to start out with, here is an idea:
> For Airavata PHP Gateway[1] we customize the look and feel in portal
> themes. These themes have to be deployed dynamically on triggering a
> commit. This is a general problem, when you push to GitHub how can you
> update a hosted deployment of the code by pulling git pull.
> If you search around you will see quite a few alternatives. I found one
> project git pull [2] interesting. Basically you have to add a GitHub web
> hook [3] listener and when you receive a trigger, ssh to a remote machine
> and run “git pull”. I tried this service but it does not work well when
> there are local changes and so forth. When you search, you will find good
> alternative approaches.
> Any one willing to work on a open sourced version of gitpull or even a
> better version of it?
> I will be happy to elaborate on the idea if this is not clear.
> This is not a GSoC project, but something to get started in open source so
> you can quote it in your GSOC application.
> Cheers,
> Suresh
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