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add multiple repositories at once
As seen in this question, I am having problems with ssh-keys when creating multiple repos. It appears the current answer given there is to do what I am attempting.
I am doing what he says because I think it is better to manage the keys inside one yml file, making it easier to have a backup and a nice central location.
So my question is, how to make it so that I can create/delete multiple repos at once?
This is the yml file I am using now
– name: Add a new repository
As seen in the step 2:
add new repository at the same path as in the example
It creates a folder with an ssh key on it, named in the repo name.
I would suggest you to use 1 single repository, and configure the repo a different way – instead of creating a key/repository for each repository, use one key, with several repositories (in this case the same). When one repository is updated, you can update all of them (just clone again the repository).
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Civil Engineering, Doctoral Dissertation. Book by Dr. P. Jaya Rami Reddy, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, India.
Civil engineering objective questions and answers In This Book are very useful for Civil engineering P Jaya Reddy.Isolation of a metabolic inhibitor of cardiolipin synthetase from rat liver.
A previously described new inhibitor of protein kinase C, 2-bis(2-decylaminopropionyl)guanidine, was previously isolated from rat liver cytosolic fraction. The present study was undertaken to investigate the presence of a second inhibitor of the enzymatic phospholipase C activity from rat liver cytosolic fraction, with emphasis on the hypothesis that, besides 2-bis(2-decylaminopropionyl)guanidine, the cytosolic fraction contained inhibitors of protein kinase C acting at a site different from the catalytic domain. For this purpose, a chromatographic technique for the isolation of the enzyme responsible for the phospholipase C activity present in rat liver cytosolic fraction was developed. The purification was as follows: rat liver cytosolic fraction was chromatographed on a Phenyl-Sepharose CL-4B column and eluted with a linear gradient of ammonium chloride. Two fractions, each characterized by a different polar head-group, were retained on the column at 0.42 M ammonium chloride (fraction 1) and 2.0 M ammonium chloride (fraction 2). The phospholipase C activity was present in the former, whereas both the phospholipase A2 and cyclooxygenase activities were eluted together with the latter. The elution of the enzymatic activity on the phenyl-Sepharose CL-4B column, as well as the effectiveness of the purification, was confirmed by a simple and rapid procedure developed for the analysis of the phospholipase C activity. The first selective elution of the phospholipase C activity revealed the presence of a second metabolic inhibitor in rat liver cytosolic fraction, which also inhibited the protein kinase C activity. Further purification of the inhibitor on a phenyl-Sepharose CL-6B column led to the preparation of two active species, with a molecular weight of 15000 and 8000. The active fraction, enriched in the protein kinase C inhibitor, was rechromatographed on a Sephadex