Changes between Version 98 and Version 99 of DeveloperGuidelines/Git


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06/20/14 15:32:19 (7 years ago)
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Pat Tressel
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    1616   to the "Add your SSH key to !GitHub" section. Ignore the Linux commands and do the part that saves your public key in your
    1717   !GitHub account. If you want, you can also save that public key in a file.
     181. The way you refer to repositories on GitHub git commands in differs depending which method you're using to authenticate to GitHub. If you are using a password, then the address of a repository has the form:
     19   {{{
     20https://github.com/username/repository.git
     21}}}
     22   If you're using ssh keys, then the address will be:
     23   {{{
     24git@github.com/username/eden.git
     25}}}
    18261. There is [[https://help.github.com/|on-line help at GitHub]]
    1927
    2028Get your own copy of the Eden repository (repo) on both !GitHub and your local machine:
    21291. Fork the Eden repo at: https://github.com/flavour/eden/fork
    22 1. Use git to clone your own new fork down to your PC, as follows:
     301. Use git to clone your own new fork down to your PC. (Use the appropriate address form depending on whether you're using a password or ssh keys.)
    2331{{{
    2432cd web2py/applications