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How to Git Commit to single project from two PC's (without using Github)

 
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How to  Git Commit to single project from two PC's (without using Github)

I prefer to work on personal projects on my work PC as i have two screens, more Ram, more tools etc.

But when i move home for the weekend, I need to be able to carry on from my laptop.

Before, I was committing all changes to my GitHub account, and pulling across the changes every time I swapped PCs but now my work proxy causes issue when trying to push to (and pull from) GitHub

Is there any other way to keep a central repo without having to export the project ZIP, emailing it to my other PCs and manually updating the files
 
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Well, whatever you do you need to be able to pass your office proxy, so it completely depends on what kind of traffic it allows. You will want to take this up with your system administrator. Surely they can make an exception for something like GitHub. If they don't allow you to work on hobby projects on office material then the point is moot anyway, and we can't help you with that.

You could try e-mailing yourself a patch that you got from git format-patch, and then apply it, which is easier than overwriting the files manually.
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