[Bioc-devel] pushing from github to bioconductor, skipping local machine
Nitesh.Turaga at RoswellPark.org
Mon Dec 4 18:55:36 CET 2017
AFAIK, this is not possible. You need a local repository with valid credentials on that local machine to be able to push to the bioconductor server.
You would have to find a way to set up a machine from which you can push to our server.
> On Dec 4, 2017, at 12:50 PM, Tyler Smith <tyler at plantarum.ca> wrote:
> I think I have set up proper access to the Bioconductor git repos, and
> cloned the repos into a separate github repository. Bioconductor has my
> ssh key, and I've also added this key to GitHub.
> The only hitch in my development workflow is that my work network blocks
> the SSH/git port, so I can't use the git protocol to access the
> bioconductor repository. I can send my changes over https to github. Is
> it possible to send changes from GitHub to Bioconductor directly? That
> is, to instruct git to transfer from GitHub to Bioconductor without me
> needing to send anything from my local machine direct to Bioconductor.
> All the help I turn up with Google shows how to send local -> github or
> local -> upstream, I need github -> upstream.
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