These are some quick examples and notes related to using git with local repositories. Using local repositories can be helpful maintaining file changes without committing to larger repository systems like Github. Instead of syncing with a remote repository, synchronization and changes are committed to the local repository and recorded.
First we create a new local folder and initialize it as blank Git repository.
# mkdir my-local-git # cd my-local-git # git init —bare
Then we just clone that to the location we want and work on it like any other git repository.
# git clone /where/is/my-local-git