|Re: [jgit-dev] Using JGit to Create and 'Manage' Git Repositories|
On 11 February 2013 10:18, Isuru Haththotuwa <isurulucky@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have been using JGit for a while now, for creating repos and performing git operations from Java code. Going further, can we manage Git repositories through java code using JGit as well? What I meant from managing is creating users and assigning permissions, etc.
Hi Isuru, I think you might be confusing Git (the software) with Git-hosting (such as GitHub, or Gerrit-based services). Git itself doesn't have any real concept of users or permissions, but usually sits on top of systems which do. I can see you're a GitHub user, so perhaps you'd like to use GitHub's Java API:...which is based on GitHub's HTTP-based API, documented here:This API allows you to do pretty much everything you might want to do, including adding and removing team members from GitHub Orgs, though I think actually creating new user account still requires the user to sign-up on the GitHub site itself.best regards,Roberto Tyleysoftware dev @ The Guardian
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