git-export is a small command-line utility written in Perl to export git repositories into folders.
It is called like this: perl export.pl /target/dir, and will export the current HEAD revision for the repository it is called from into the target directory.
It can be compiled into a standalone executable using pp: at that point, if you move it into your PATH you should be able to run `git-export /foo' inside any repository you like.
I'm working on adding support for naming the revision to export - so that you can export revisions other than just the HEAD revision.
You can combine this utility with curlftpfs to allow Git to export repositories over FTP to servers that do not have Git installed on them.
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