Configure connections to Git repositories.
Iguana can export and import channels to/from external Git repositories. This is useful for source code control, and sharing or transferring interface code between Iguana instances.
From here you can Add, Edit or Remove a Git repository.
- Click the New Repository button to add a repository
- Click the edit link to update a repository
- Click the delete link to remove a repository
Creating or Editing a Repository
Click New Repository to create or edit to update a repository, the fields are the same in both screens.
Acceptable path formats for repositories are:
- Windows Path: C:\path\to\repo
- Posix Path: /path/to/repo
- HTTPS URL: https://path/to/repo
- SSH Path: ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/repo.git
- SSH URL: ssh://path/to/repo
- Enter or update the repository name
- Select the protocol: Local, HTTP, or SSH
Path or URL
- Enter or update the local directory Path, HTTP(S) URL, or SSH URL for the repository
- Enter or update the Private Key if you are using an SSH repository, this must be in PEM format and cannot be password protected
Note: This option is only displayed if you selected the SSH Protocol
The alternate format for the SSH URL also works
See our comprehensive Repositories Section, including:
- Documentation for all our Built-in repositories
- Importing Builtin Repository Channels
- Setting up a staged deployment environment using Git
- Using a public repository for community collaboration
- How to delete a channel from a Git Repository
- And much more besides (but no steak knives)