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The <b>Repositories</b> page allows you to view and manage the Git repositories associated with your Orion account. Create a new empty repository by clicking <b>Init Repository</b> on the tool bar, or click <b>Clone Repository</b> to clone an existing Git repository. Cloning will produce a dialog where you enter the Git repository URL, and optionally any credentials required to access or modify the repository.
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The <b>Repositories</b> page allows you to view and manage the Git repositories associated with your Orion account. When you visit this page you will see a list of all Git repositories you currently have cloned:
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[[Image:Orion-repository-page.png]]
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== Adding repositories ==
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Create a new empty repository by clicking <b>Init Repository</b> on the tool bar, or click <b>Clone Repository</b> to clone an existing Git repository. Cloning will produce a dialog where you enter the Git repository URL, and optionally any credentials required to access or modify the repository.

Revision as of 13:51, 21 June 2011

The Repositories page allows you to view and manage the Git repositories associated with your Orion account. When you visit this page you will see a list of all Git repositories you currently have cloned:

Orion-repository-page.png


Adding repositories

Create a new empty repository by clicking Init Repository on the tool bar, or click Clone Repository to clone an existing Git repository. Cloning will produce a dialog where you enter the Git repository URL, and optionally any credentials required to access or modify the repository.

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