The webrunner have a specific directory containing your projects. It is located in the working directory "~/srv/runner", and is named "project" (see directory documentation). Whenever you need to create a new git repository, you have to create it here (it can be a bare or non-bare repository). This directory should be the central location for all your projects. By default, this directory contains the main "slapos" git repository.
In your working directory (~/srv/runner), you may find 2 hidden directories, named ".git-public" and ".git-private", which will respectively host weblinks for your public and private projects. Git repositories inside ".git-public" can be cloned anonymously, but authentification is needed to push. Git repositories inside ".git-private" are just for you and for your development team. They can only be cloned by authenticated users. Finally, pushing to any repository can only be done by authenticated users.
To make one of your repositories public or private, first create it in the project directory. Then, create a symbolic link to the chosen git folder (".git-public", or ".git-private"). Here is an example, which create a public repository called "myrepo".:
# Go to your project folder
$ cd ~/srv/runner/project
# Prepare your repository
$ git init myrepo
$ cd ~/srv/runner
# Create a link to your directory in order to make it public
$ ln -s `pwd`/project/myrepo/.git/ `pwd`/.git-public/myrepo.git
You can now clone your new git repository. First, take note of the URL of the git repositories on the SlapOS instance webpage (number 6 or 7) :
To clone the repository, you now need to append its name to this URL. Following the previous example, you need to take the git_public_url, and then append "myrepo.git". You can now "git clone" it !! Here:
$ git clone https://[2001:67c:1254:9c::875c]:9684/git-public/myrepo.git
$ git config http.receivepack true