[clug] Another git question

Alex Satrapa grail at goldweb.com.au
Thu Nov 13 06:47:47 GMT 2008

I'm presenting a tutorial tonight on how to do unit testing in Django.

I have my complete history of "development" in a git repository - is  
it enough to give people the ".git" directory (in eg: a tarball) so  
they can then extract the project and follow my narration?

Is there a better way, that doesn't involve publishing the archive on  
the Internet somewhere? I don't want to rely on Internet access when  
at the Griffin Center, and I'd prefer not to configure any kind of  
file sharing or stuff on my laptop (Bonjour/ZeroConf fanboyness aside)


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