Re: Pushing to a remote repo from a remote repo?

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Yes, I assumed the bits need to come through my system. I want to
avoid cloning, pushing, then removing the repo. But it seems that is
not possible. Thank you.

- Brian

On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 7:02 PM, Carlos Martín Nieto <cmn@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sat, 2012-04-14 at 18:08 -0400, Brian Cardarella wrote:
>> So I have a destination repo that is remote. And I have a source repo
>> that is also remote. I would like my local machine to act as a proxy
>> to allow me to push to the destination from the source without ever
>> download the repo to my machine. Is this possible?
> Using your computer as a proxy and avoiding downloading the information
> to your computer are mutually exclusive goals.
> At any rate, git doesn't support this kind of operation. If you want to
> move data from A to B, you need to push from A or fetch from B (or fetch
> from A to C and then push from C to A).
>   cmn
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