Fetching source code from GitHub from behind a firewall
- Usually you would fetch code from github like this:
: Of course replace 'user' and 'project' by actual user and project names.
git clone git://github.com/user/project.git
However Behind a firewall that might not work (port 9418)
git clone http://github.com/user/project.git
- In theory you can do a clone over http like:
However that seem to fail half way through most of the times.
curl -L http://github.com/user/project/tarball/master -o project.tar.gz
- If you just want a snapshot of the latest code (don't need to commit), I've found this trick:
I think you can also replace "master" by tags/commit numbers as well to get a specific version.
- If you need a real clone to do commits etc, then you will need to use an SSH tunnel, see:
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