GIT_AUTH_ID=ID git-auth COMMAND [ARGS ...]
git-auth starts by reading rules from /etc/git/auth.conf, one rule per line. Empty lines and lines starting with # are ignored. Each rule is made of tokens separated by one or more spaces.
git-auth executes COMMAND and ARGS using execvp if the requested ID, COMMAND and ARGS match any of the rules defined in /etc/git/auth.conf.
git-auth matches a rule by matching all the rule’s tokens with ID, COMMAND and ARGS in order. Comparison is case sensitive.
A wildcard token “*” matches any string.
Access control rules for each git repository go into
The syntax of this file is one rule per line. Each rule is composed of symbols separated by spaces. In order :
kmxgit is a web interface on top of git-auth written in Elixir / Phoenix.
git-auth - restrict git commands
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