Provided by: gitolite3_3.6.11-2_all
gitolite - gatekeeper for git repositories
gitolite sub-command [option...]
The following built-in subcommands are available; they should all respond to '-h' if you want further details on each: setup 1st run: initial setup; all runs: hook fixups compile compile gitolite.conf query-rc get values of rc variables list-groups list all group names in conf list-users list all users/user groups in conf list-repos list all repos/repo groups in conf list-phy-repos list all repos actually on disk list-memberships list all groups a name is a member of list-members list all members of a group Warnings: - list-users is disk bound and could take a while on sites with 1000s of repos - list-memberships does not check if the name is known; unknown names come back with 2 answers: the name itself and '@all' In addition, running 'gitolite help' should give you a list of custom commands available. They may or may not respond to '-h', depending on how they were written.