According to a GitHub post this morning, GitHub for Mac is now supported in GitHub Enterprise. The support comes as part of the latest release of GitHub for Mac. The features, “Clone in Mac,” username auto-completion and notifications, are now available with a user’s enterprise repositories.
I would like Jira and Github to talk to each other so commit messages with ticket names show up in the ticket. Issue sync would be nice as well.
I know jira has a DVCS connector but the documentation is piss poor. From what I can tell that and the Github hooks require our private jira instance to be available from the public internet or at least github's servers.
GitHub today announced Octokit , a new lineup of GitHub-maintained client libraries for the GitHub API.
Octokit comes in two flavors. It offers a kit for developing Ruby apps and another for Objective-C. The Ruby version is what the site describes as a simple wrapper for the GitHub API.
GitHub had another outage this afternoon. This is getting old. How can GitHub be taken seriously in the enterprise with these kinds of outages?
GitHub started showing exceptions at 3:14 PST. By 3:20, GitHub announced on its status page that a database spike caused the service to have a major outage.
It makes no difference if GitHub for Enterprise runs on-premise.
If you are or want to be open source developer,you must try GitHub. It is a new hosted Git repository service that's being called a "social network" for programmers. It is basically a distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.
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GreetingsI am having trouble pushing to github. I have added my public key to github and checked that it works using ssh -T email@example.comWhen I try to use git to do a git push origin master I get a password promptdialog from openssh-askpass. I tried removing openssh-askpass but it seemsthere is not fallback as I get an error of it missing.