Former Writer · Oct 4, 2012 at 06:00 am

Gidder: Git Server for Android

If you’ve ever worked with source code before, you probably know what Git is. Developers use it to keep track of their source code, and it’s a pretty popular tool in development in general. On XDA, most users and beginner developers run into Git when compiling Android ROMs such as CyanogenMod 10. Now, there’s an application that lets you access your Git content with your Android device.

XDA Forum Member oliuf4e has released Gidder, a Git server for Android. With it, developers can manage and distribute their code directly from their Android devices. It has a lot of features, including:

Git server over SSH for accessing your repositories.
Support Push, Pull, Fetch and Clone Git operations which is all you need to achieve successful distribution with Git.
User management – create, create from contact, edit, delete, activate/deactivate, set/remove permissions to repositories.
Repository management – create, edit, delete, activate/deactivate, set/remove permissions for users.
Dynamic DNS integration. A convenient way to use the system when working in different WiFi networks and having a different IP on your laptop. By using Dynamic DNS you can easily access a server without worrying if your Git remote have the correct IP for the current WiFi network. Currently supported providers are No-IP and DynDNS.
Auto update Dynamic DNS hostname when WiFi is On.
Manually update Dynamic DNS with an update button.
Autostart/Autostop server on WiFi On/Off.
Configure server port.
Enable/Disable status bar notifications.
Application widget for Start/Stop the server.

To learn more, check out the application thread.


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