Generally, I'd like to download config files / other scripts that are version tracked in git.
ideally if there is a way to directly reference head it would be great.
maybe some thing like":
should start the file download.
We can simply use this automated deployment and docker so we can simple get the latest file without downloading the entire repo. The repo can contain various other scripts that are not necessary for this VM instance. For instance I don't need to download entire mysql config scripts when setting up NGINX proxy scripts.
Is there such a feature?
This will require us to leave login credentials on the server that is pulling the file, no? I was more interested in some limiting the scope of access to a single project -- thereby something like <some_access_key>.
I'm not sure there's a way to do that's easier than cloning the repository. You can use git clone --depth 1 to only load the current version of each file, instead of the entire history.