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== Setting up a remote repository on GitHub ==
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== Cloning Moodle to your local installation ==
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* see [[Git for Administrators]]
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== Maintaining your own contributed code ==
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=== Setting up a remote repository on GitHub ===
  
 
See the instructions at:
 
See the instructions at:
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* [[Git repositories for contrib modules]]
 
* [[Git repositories for contrib modules]]
  
== Cloning the remote GitHub repository to your local Moodle installation ==
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=== Cloning the remote GitHub repository to your local Moodle installation ===
  
 
# Change to the parent folder for your plug-in
 
# Change to the parent folder for your plug-in
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# Open Git Bash in that folder
 
# Open Git Bash in that folder
  
== Creating a local branch ==
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=== Creating a local branch ===
  
 
# Open Git Bash in the plug-in folder
 
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#* Both steps in one: <code bash>git checkout -b MOODLE_19_STABLE</code>
 
#* Both steps in one: <code bash>git checkout -b MOODLE_19_STABLE</code>
  
== Creating a remote branch ==
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=== Creating a remote branch ===
  
 
# Change to the correct local branch
 
# Change to the correct local branch

Revision as of 07:34, 30 June 2011

Cloning Moodle to your local installation


Maintaining your own contributed code

Setting up a remote repository on GitHub

See the instructions at:

Cloning the remote GitHub repository to your local Moodle installation

  1. Change to the parent folder for your plug-in
  2. Clone the repository:
    git clone https://nakohdo@GitHub.com/nakohdo/moodle-filter_autolinkhijacker.git
  3. Rename the folder to your plug-in's name
  4. Open Git Bash in that folder

Creating a local branch

  1. Open Git Bash in the plug-in folder
  2. Create new branch:
    git branch MOODLE_19_STABLE
  3. Change to the new branch:
    git checkout MOODLE_19_STABLE
    • Both steps in one:
      git checkout -b MOODLE_19_STABLE

Creating a remote branch

  1. Change to the correct local branch
  2. git push origin -u MOODLE_19_STABLE

Git creating remote branch.png

See also

Moodle forum discussions
External resources