gitolite3 3.6.1-2~ubuntu14.04.1 source package in Ubuntu


gitolite3 (3.6.1-2~ubuntu14.04.1) trusty-backports; urgency=medium

  * No-change backport to trusty (LP: #1402380)

gitolite3 (3.6.1-2) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Rhonda D'Vine ]
  * The "l10n R us" release:
    - Updated German translation by myself
    - Updated Japanese by victory (closes: #719509)
    - Updated French by Christian Perrier (closes: #719777)
    - Updated Russian by Yuri Kozlov (closes: #722125)
    - Updated Portuguese by Américo Monteiro (closes: #729824)
    - Updated Danish by Joe Hansen (closes: #739792)
    - New Turkish translation by Mert Dirik (closes: #759876)
    - Updated Dutch by Frans Spiesschaert (closes: #764599)
    - Updated Czech by Michal Simunek (closes: #768271)
    - Updated Swedish by Martin Bagge (closes: #768455)
    - Updated Italian by Beatrice Torracca (closes: #769447)

gitolite3 (3.6.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release (Closes: #755784)

gitolite3 (3.6-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
  * Depend on ssh-server instead of openssh-server (Closes: #735176).
 -- Felix Geyer <email address hidden>   Sun, 14 Dec 2014 13:56:35 +0100

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Trusty: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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gitolite3_3.6.1-2~ubuntu14.04.1.diff.gz 17.8 KiB 2e146cd56ae81f33f9180d27a46ac4db943645151671f658f2e8203854203975
gitolite3_3.6.1-2~ubuntu14.04.1.dsc 1.9 KiB 74a9ec90f7fb2886fff04ec50663f5da2fa4dd872cf887160da911c23978626d

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gitolite3: SSH-based gatekeeper for git repositories (version 3)

 Gitolite is an SSH-based gatekeeper providing access control for a server that
 hosts many git repositories. Without gitolite,
 each developer needing to push to one of the repositories hosted would need a
 user account on that server; gitolite lets you do that just using
 SSH public keys tied to a single, common, user that hosts all the
 Gitolite can restrict who can read (clone/fetch) from or write
 (push) to a repository, and who can push to what branch or tag - an
 important issue in corporate environments. Other features include:
   * access control by branch-name or by modified file/directory;
   * per-developer "personal namespace" prefixes;
   * simple but powerful configuration file syntax (with validation);
   * config files (and authority for maintaining them) can be split;
   * easy integration with gitweb;
   * comprehensive logging;
   * easy migration from gitosis.