< Getting Started Revision as of 13:27, 20 July 2009 (view source)Eean (talk | contribs) (→Patch Contributors)← Older edit Revision as of 15:17, 20 July 2009 (view source) 126.96.36.199 (talk | contribs) Newer edit → Line 58: Line 58: git push git push +There's a some of problems with this: +1. git commit -a doesn't catch added or removed files. +2. git push will fail if anyone else has pushed +3. If git pull is not a fast-forward update, it will create a merge commit which may or may not be what you want. + +If it doesn't work '''read more documentation'''. = Recommended reading = = Recommended reading = −[http://tom.preston-werner.com/2009/05/19/the-git-parable.html The Git Parable:] ''Background information that will help you understand git and distributed revision control systems in general''<br> [http://git.or.cz/course/svn.html Git to SVN crash course] ''5 minute introduction to git for experienced SVN users''+[http://tom.preston-werner.com/2009/05/19/the-git-parable.html The Git Parable:] ''Background information that will help you understand git and distributed revision control systems in general''<br> [http://git.or.cz/course/svn.html Git to SVN crash course] ''5 minute introduction to git for experienced SVN users''<br /> +[http://www.redhatmagazine.com/2008/05/02/shipping-quality-code-with-git/ Shipping Quality Code with Git] ''Guide to cleanup before a push''<br /> Revision as of 15:17, 20 July 2009 Contents 1 Getting started with git 1.1 Follow and test the latest development code 1.2 Patch Contributors 1.3 Amarok Developers 1.3.1 gitorious.org account setup 1.3.2 Setup Amarok Clone 1.3.3 Basic Development 2 Recommended reading Getting started with git Depending on whether you simply want to test and follow Amarok development, write the occasional patch, or are an Amarok developer, the steps to use the repo are different. Follow and test the latest development code git clone git://gitorious.org/amarok/amarok.git This creates an 'amarok' directory. cd into that and use it like normal. And when you want to update: git pull will download the new changes. Patch Contributors You can use the method above, make your changes, then do 'git diff' to create a patch like normal. Or you could use the following rules to create your own fork of Amarok with the additions you would like to request to merge. This makes it easier for Amarok Developers to track your changes and is better for more complicated patches. Make sure you have created your account on Gitorious and are logged in. Go to the project you want to clone (e.g. Amarok - http://gitorious.org/amarok) and select the branch which you want to clone (in this case Amarok - Mainline which is the master branch). After selecting the branch you can click "Clone this repository on Gitorious". Give your branch a name and you'll be taken to the page of your newly created clone. On this page you find two git urls: one to publicly clone the repository and the "Push url: [email protected]:~yourname/amarok/yourname-clone.git. Clone the push url to start working on your clone: git clone [email protected]:~yourname/amarok/yourname-clone.git ...work on this checkout - follow the normal development workflow... push your changes to gitorious You can follow the main development branch easily by adding it as remote branch: git remote add upstream [email protected]:amarok/amarok.git Update by pulling from the remote: git pull upstream master To submit your patches: Create a merge request on gitorious by going to your clone page and selecting "Request merge" in the menu on the right. Alternatively you could email [email protected] with your branch public branch URL and ask that it be merged. (We just started this, so exactly how to do such things still hasn't been decided). Remember to use one branch per feature/bug fix! Amarok Developers gitorious.org account setup Create an account on gitorious.org the git hosting service used by Qt and now Amarok. On your user page, (that's at http://gitorious.org/~your_nick) click on "Manage SSH keys" and add your SSH key. People with KDE-SVN accounts als should do the following: Again from the user page, click on "Manage aliases" and add any email addresses you've ever used in KDE SVN. This way any commits you've made in the past are tracked back to you. If your gitorious email address is the only one you ever used, then this step isn't needed. Request one of the kde-developers admins to add your username to the group (the same rules apply as KDE SVN account requests). This will give you push rights to Amarok. Lydia, Ian and Jeff are all admins. Setup Amarok Clone Gitorious has one address for cloning, and another for pushing. The pushing address can be used for cloning, so the easy thing to do is just use that. git clone [email protected]:amarok/amarok.git This will create a directory 'amarok'. cd into that and start developing! Basic Development 90% of the time this is all that is needed: git pull #update to latest code #edit code, build, it works! git status #to check if you want to commit all the modified files git commit -a #the -a option commits all modified files. use git add to select them individually git push There's a some of problems with this: 1. git commit -a doesn't catch added or removed files. 2. git push will fail if anyone else has pushed 3. If git pull is not a fast-forward update, it will create a merge commit which may or may not be what you want. If it doesn't work read more documentation. 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