25 Apr 2016
As far as I know, git-remote-dropbox is the only safe way to host a Git
repository on Dropbox. Read about why here.
Once it’s installed, using Dropbox as a Git server is as simple as adding it as
git remote add origin dropbox://path/to/repo. After that, it’s just
git pull and
git push for interacting with the remote repo.
The coolest thing about this extension is that it makes Dropbox act as a true
Git server that properly supports sharing.
I ran out of private GitHub repositories a long time ago, so I’ve been using
git-remote-dropbox for personal projects and classwork, including group
projects, for the last 8 months. It’s worked wonderfully, and I haven’t had any
problems with it, so I’m comfortable with sharing it via PyPI now.
It used to take some effort to install the tool, but now it’s just a
pip away. Setup involves getting an OAuth token from
the Dropbox app console and putting it in
More information is available on the project page.
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