Redmine+GIT integration, missing field for Repository path

Added by Andre Nandes over 6 years ago

Good morning everyone.

I have been recently implementing a redmine server on an Ubuntu server. I have succeeded, but now I'm struggling on the simple task of integrating GIT.

Most tutorials I have seen here on the HowTo's and a couple of forums as well say that we should go into Administration/Settings/Repositories , enable the proper SCM (in this case, GIT) and insert the Repository path for such SCM. However, on my Redmine, I don't have such a field. I have attached a screenshot of the page (repo.jpg).

I have 2 folders in my computer, I'm not using GitHub:
- the local git folder (created with git init) on /usr/share/redmine/.git
- the "remote" bare git folder (created with git init --bare) on /usr/local/remoteGit
And I am only on the master branch so far. I have commited 1 file so far, a simple text file so the repo isn't empty.

I have tried editing the config/configuration.yml file to add the repository URL to the scm_git_command:, but no luck.

I have also attached the Information page containing all versions of the relevant pieces (redmine 3.0.3, ruby 1.9.3, git 2.4.2, etc)

Am I missing something really basic? I'm not realizing my mistake from the available documentation. How do I integrate my GIT repository on my Redmine?

Hoping for your help.
Thank you very much in advance.

repo.JPG - Screenshot of repository page (54.8 KB)

info.JPG - Information of versions (44.5 KB)

Replies (2)

RE: Redmine+GIT integration, missing field for Repository path - Added by Dmitry Alifanov over 6 years ago

Create project. Include module Repjsitories. In settings -> Repositories -> New repository. Path to repository.

RE: Redmine+GIT integration, missing field for Repository path - Added by Andre Nandes over 6 years ago

Wow, that was easy. I was looking at the general Repository instead of the project related Repository, which I didn't notice was a thing. Thanks a lot Dmitry!

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