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# Go to new repository on Phabricator by following the "''browse repository on Phabricator''" link
# Go to new repository on Phabricator by following the "''browse repository on Phabricator''" link
# Click "''Manage Repository''" button
# Click "''Manage Repository''" button
# Click "''URIs''" section in right column
# Click "''URIs''" section in left column
# Click "''Add New URI''" button
# Click "''Add New URI''" button
#* '''URI''': enter the https URL to your "<nowiki>https://github.com/{OWNER}/{REPO}.git</nowiki>"
#* '''URI''': enter the https URL to your "<nowiki>https://github.com/{OWNER}/{REPO}.git</nowiki>"

Revision as of 08:16, 30 August 2016

Frequently (un)asked questions about using the Tool Labs admin console

Configure Diffusion to mirror a GitHub repo

  1. Create Diffusion repository using toolsadmin.wikimedia.org
  2. Go to new repository on Phabricator by following the "browse repository on Phabricator" link
  3. Click "Manage Repository" button
  4. Click "URIs" section in left column
  5. Click "Add New URI" button
    • URI: enter the https URL to your "https://github.com/{OWNER}/{REPO}.git"
    • I/O Type: "Observe: Copy from a remote."
    • Display Type: "Visible: Show as a clone URI."
  6. Click "Create Repository URI" button