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I've read the announcement about Gitea and it seems really interesting. So, I was wondering if it is possible (and hopefully easy) to migrate the existing projects that I have in the Git Web App, to a new Gitea installation.

asked 06 Jul, 21:45

gsarig
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edited 06 Jul, 21:45


Thanks for the reply.

It looks like Gitea has a "New Migration" option which make it really easy.

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answered 08 Jul, 20:39

gsarig
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Yes, you should be able to do that using the git-remote set-url command.

You can use git remote -v to find the name of your remote (possibly origin), where your git pushes and pulls.

Then do something like git remote set-url name-of-remote https://your.gitea.domain/your-user/your-repo.git to update it.

Running git remote -v should show the new location.

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answered 08 Jul, 18:09

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edited 08 Jul, 18:19

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