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Syncing a Project with GitLab
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GitLab's support for repo mirroring means you can make a public project on Glitch automatically sync to a git repo on GitLab.





To set this up:
1. Create a new project on GitLab. Choose Import project > Repo by URL and enter:

  • Git User Name and repository URL available from Tools > Import/Export
  • ✅ Mirror repository.
  • Set the project path and project name (you can use the Glitch project name if you like).
    • Optionally, add a project description.
  • Set the visibility level that you’re happy with.


2. Once that’s done, click Create project. The repo will now automatically pull in changes every hour or so.


Note: These setup instructions work with Glitch projects that are set to public.  To sync a private project, a paid GitLab account (Bronze plan or higher) is required.

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