Add a Repository to Deeploy to start using it for your Deployments. Once you've added a Repository, it will always be available for Deployments, until you delete it. Before you add a Repository, make sure it meets the requirements.
Add on the Repositories page
Click Add in the Navigation menu.
- Paste the Git remote path for the repository you would like to link to Deeploy. Use the SSH path for private repositories and use the HTTP path for public repositories. Find a path in most version control systems by navigating to the repository's landing page and cloning the repository.
- For private repositories only: after pasting the Git remote path, Deeploy will generate an SSH key for you and ask you to add it as a deploy key to your Git repository. Deeploy only needs reading rights to the repository.
- Save the added Repository
We currently support the usage of the following Git hosting services:
Add as part of creating a Deployment
If there are no repositories linked to the current project or if you wish to add a new repository, choose to link a new Repository. Then follow the steps outlined in the previous section. Continue to create a Deployment as usual.
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