|Type of Event:||Workshop|
|From:||2011/01/08 04:00:00 PM|
|Till:||2011/01/08 06:00:00 PM|
|Cost:|| 0 EUR0 $ |
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|Contact Person(s):||Bartek (mail)|
|Where:||Hackerspace, Strassen (11, rue du Cimetière, L-8018 Strassen, Luxembourg)|
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"... understanding the technology of practice is more than learning to use tools; it is a way to connect with the history of the practice an to participate more directly in its cultural life." (Jean Lavé & Etienne Wenger)
I will introduce our awesome toolset and how to use it in a short workshop.
- look at an overview of our tools and discuss their uses
- create a project
- create a project wiki page
- open a repository
- track some issues
- use the workshop to write a "how-to" of the process
- quick git tutorial
- git quickstart
- git branching methods
- What to do if cloning an empty repository fails
- redmine user guide
- User Manual
How to use at syn2cat
On top of a redmine project you find a git URL. there is often a read only, and a read write version. Choose the RW version by clicking on the git+ssh button.
First time you work on a project? Copy paste the text into your unix shell:
git clone URL
git config push.default current
LOL this crap does not work like this.
You modified stuff and want to send it to the server? Do this:
Want to retrieve stuff that others have modified? Here you go:
If you add a new file, you need to tell git about it:
git add path/to/the/file