Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Development/Contributing


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Timestamp:
08/17/11 20:57:35 (8 years ago)
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ibboard
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  • Development/Contributing

    v3 v4  
    2121 1. Create an account on the [http://dev.ibboard.co.uk/repos/ Repository Manager]
    2222 1. Go to the project you want to contribute to
    23  1. Hover over "Options" and click "Fork"
    24  1. Give the fork a name and create it
    25  1. Clone the new fork to your development machine
     23 1. Fork the project
     24  1. Hover over "Options" and click "Fork"
     25  1. Give the fork a name and create it
     26 1. Clone the ''new fork'' to your development machine
    2627 1. Make your changes and commit them locally
    2728 1. Push your changes back to your fork
     
    3233If you already have an account on another site (e.g. [http://bitbucket.org bitbucket]) then you can also make use of that. Instructions may vary slightly depending on the third-party.
    3334
    34  1. Find the project(s) you want to contribute to in the [http://dev.ibboard.co.uk/repos/ Repository Manager]
     35 1. Create an account on your third-party service, or have the details to hand
     36 1. Go to the project(s) you want to contribute to in the [http://dev.ibboard.co.uk/repos/ Repository Manager]
    3537 1. Clone the projects to your development machine
     38 1. Fork the project
     39  1. Create a new project (a detached fork) on your third-party host (steps vary)
     40  1. Push the code to your third-party host
    3641 1. Make your changes and commit them locally
    37  1. Create a new project (a detached fork) on your third-party host (steps vary)
    38  1. Push your changes back to your third-party host
     42 1. Push your changes back to your fork
    3943 1. Contact IBBoard (or whoever owns the repository you pulled from) to have your changes pulled back into the Master repository, and make sure that they can get access to it