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Git is a free, open source version control system. Git is a structured with a lot of repositories belonging to individual clients. This makes it easier to keep track of changes and allows users to keep track of their code locally without having to push code to an individual server.
If you have are using a git repository, you can add that repository and have RightScale fetch the cookbooks that are contained in that repository. If the git repository you are using is private, you will need to enter an SSH Key. For more information, see Create a Git SSH Key.
Note: since GitHub is a widely used git web service, it is commonly used in documentation examples.
When you select git as the Type, you will need to enter the following information:
Note: If your cookbooks are in the root of the repository, leave this field blank.
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