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  cd acf-mystuff
  cd acf-mystuff
  git init
  git init
Create you files and add/commit them to your git-project
Create your files and add/commit them to your git-project
  git add ./
  git add ./
  git commit
  git commit

Revision as of 18:30, 5 August 2009

Note: Unless you are a developer with ssh access (with permissions) you should instead read the article "Development using git"

Personal settings

Start by telling your git who you are and some other useful information ('user.name' will show up in http://git.alpinelinux.org when you commit your changes).

 git config --global user.name "Your Full Name"
 git config --global user.email "your@email.address"

Git Clone

Some examples:

 git clone ssh://username@git.alpinelinux.org/gitroot  (This would fetch all available git projects) 
 git clone ssh://username@git.alpinelinux.org/gitroot/acf-core.git   (Fetch a single project) 
 git clone ssh://username@git.alpinelinux.org/gitroot/pingu.git   (Fetch a single project)

Check http://git.alpinelinux.org/ to see what alternatives you have.
You might not have permissions to clone all existing projects.

Git Tag

Create an annotated tag.

 git tag -a tagname -m'commit message (e.g release 1.x)'
 git push && git push --tags

Create new project

Create your own dir that you want to become your new acf-mystuff project.
Now initiate git.

cd acf-mystuff
git init

Create your files and add/commit them to your git-project

git add ./
git commit

Note: You can add/modify/commit as much as you want before uploading it to git.alpinelinux.org

git clone --bare acf-mystuff acf-mystuff.git
scp -r acf-mystuff.git user@dev.alpinelinux.org


See Development_using_git#References for references.