How to build your own git up repo

A week ago, I spent the morning reading a post by a user on Reddit asking how to build a git up repository.

He said he had trouble getting his repo up to date.

What follows is a quick guide to getting your repo up and running.


Set up a repository account 2.

Create your repo 3.

Create a Git repo repo 4.

Create submodules 5.

Build a new git repo using the repository repository.yml 5.5.1.

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