I wasn’t able to find a related topic so fast.
We have a Gitea server that works great.
But as part of our “Company structure” we need to have the project also in the corresponding folder.
So is there a way that when I make a commit to the master that the Project folder is always getting the latest commit automaticly and when a new project is placed it automaticly commits and push?
-Program is created in Visual Studio and the whole project map (SLN and everything) is commited to the git server.
-Another programmer has cloned that project made changes pushed it to the git.
-Git that has a Path to a folder on the network. Pushes everything to that folder.
-The Customer wants the software. So the project in that folder is always the latest “Master” version.
-Customer made a few changes over the years, but than comes back to us
-We get the project paste it back into the folder and commit/pushes back to the git (So we know the changes that has been made while the Customer made the changes)
-Clone back the project and make the new adjustments.
Is there a way to create something like this in Gitea and is there documentation that can be followed.
(Sorry again if there is, couldn’t found it)