In Git you can associate multiple URLs with a remote.
This allows you to push your commits to multiple remote repositories in a single
To set this up, open the
config file in the
beneath your Git repository and add your URLs under the appropriate remote entries.
Example: Suppose your Git repository is named
Open the file
myproject/.git/config with a text editor.
Assuming you have remote named origin, your modified
might look like this:
Now when you do a push either from the terminal (e.g.
git push origin) or from within SmartGit, your commits will be send
to all repositories you added in the