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title: Mirroring Repos with GitHub
date: 2018-06-05 21:00
date: 2018-06-06 13:00
author: Kirk Lange
summary: Leaving GitHub but still want to keep your repos up-to-date?
categories: how-to
thumbnail: fab fa-gitlab
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redditurl: 8p4ign
twitterurl: 1004476754029760512
tags:
- gitlab
- github
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After importing a couple projects to GitLab and tinkering around a bit, I was
pleasantly surprised. A couple pet peeves I had with GitHub like pull request
permissions and of course ability to host private repositories were solved with
GitLab. Additionally, having CI built right in to GitLab is pretty nice since
I use it extensively to run unit and cross-platform compatability tests. That
is not to say that GitLab doesn't have its own issues. I definitely may find
more in the future as it's only my 3rd day using GitLab, but I figure where's
the harm in trying it out for a couple weeks?
permissions and of course the ability to host private repositories were solved
with GitLab. Additionally, having CI built right in to GitLab is pretty nice
since I use it extensively to run unit and cross-platform compatability tests.
That is not to say that GitLab doesn't have its own issues. I definitely may
find more in the future as it's only my 3rd day using GitLab, but I figure
where's the harm in trying it out for a couple weeks?
Thanks to the fact that I'm pushing all my repo changes to both GitHub and
GitLab, I can easily switch my main platform at will. If GitLab has another
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