Is it necessary to have a git installed on remote host when pushing against it?
We are facing a problem, when git cannot be installed on remote machine. And we still require a git repository on there. We could use some php libs to do commits on repository without having git installed. But can we push against a workstation that doesn’t have it? And how do we do that, if it’s possible?
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You can clone and push your repo to a network share on the remote machine, in this case git doesn’t need to be installed. You can also clone and push to an FTP server.
I’m doing this at work, and it works perfectly.