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  1. Hi, I've been having issues syncing a plastic repository with git since I added an XLink to the project. There is a similar post here where a user is encountering a similar issue although I wasn't able to resolve my issue through that post. The issue is this. I have 2 plastic repositories, 1 called "LevelEditor" and another called "Core". These two repositories are both synced with two git repositories hosted on bitbucket. This syncing has worked just fine, but recently I created an XLink in the LevelEditor project, which points to the Core repository. Since that point I have been unable to sync LevelEditor with its git equivalent, receiving the error: "The equivalent Git repository for 'CLIFTEK_CORE_REP@localhost:8087' has not been defined. The xlink cannot be pushed. Please, add the equivalence inside the submodules section in the configuration file 'C:\Users\Thomas\AppData\Local\plastic4\gitsync.conf'." My understanding having read the thread I mentioned earlier and the documentation here is that I need to have the submodule information defined in this gitsync file. I did not actually have a gitsync file but I created one at the given path. I then proceeded to add the submodules information. This is what the file looks like: [submodules] https://bitbucket.org/cliftek/core/ -> CLIFTEK_CORE_REP@localhost:8087 writeable:true relativeserver:true Unfortunately this has had no effect for me and I still receive the exact same error as before whenever I try to sync (I have restarted the plasticscm server and client a few times). I am sure that I have got the syntax wrong or something similar but can't get it to work. Could you provide me with some assistance to help rectify this issue please? Thanks, Tom
  2. Hi! We are making games and would like to have Github repos in sync and inside our Plastic Cloud repo: Example: -our_repo // on Plastic Cloud --Assets ---Addons ----Postprocessing // that is synchronized with Unity Technologies repo on github Looking at the documentation and dozens of forums and blog posts, I'm still unable to get it working: Using Sync With Git on a branch throws an error; The changeset (...) could not be imported (...) An implicit transaction is not supported to write the metadata (...) Creating an xlink using a GitHub server doesn't work; the server spec is not correct I feel like a noob, but is there any straightforward way to do this? We would really love to have opensource projects hosted on github in sync with our project. Cheers,
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