OK, I'm still wading through the new Git stuff. I have managed to
commit this to my local Git repo and push it to my fork on GitHub and
created a pull request. (Yay!)
I have two other unrelated pull requests I would like to make, but
apparently I can only have one pull request at a time. Would I have
to make multiple forks on github to submit more than a single pull
I guess once we figure this one out, I'll move on to the next. Thanks
for the Github help so far everyone.
On Jan 29, 3:47 pm, Peter Bell <li...@pbell.com
> Hey brad, on iPhone so gonna be brief. Go to github, read the help docs. It's really worth investing a couple of hours learning git and the command line is required to 'get' it.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Jan 29, 2011, at 3:33 PM, "Brad Wood" <b...@bradwood.com
> > Try command line git. You really need to start with cli.
> > Thanks for the help Peter. Pardon my ignorance, but I have absolutely no clue how to access the command line for Git. All I know is I installed the eGit plug-in into ColdFusion Builder and now I have a Git perspective. Do I access the command line via Eclipse or do I have to open a DOS window, CD to a dir, and start banging away?
> > Maybe you cloned read only repo?
> > That's possible. How do I tell? I connected to my fork with my username and password from github using the HTTPS url? Is there a setting in github to make a repo read-only, or is it all based on the URL you use?
> > Try git push with cli and see what it says.
> > Ok, and to confirm, unlike SVN, committing doesn't push anything to the remote repo, it just commits it "locally", right?
> > Thanks again for the help. I feel like such a newb trying to figure this out!
> > ~Brad
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