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Everything is fine.
Git & github links/instructions
Since we’re going to be using git for the rest of the semester to turn in assignments, we should get it down pretty good now.
Here’s a nice explanation of git & github that uses an analogy of an author writing a book.
When git goes wrong:
Resolve a conflict
Turning in assignments – only one per pair/group
- Complete the exercise on your local machine. Commit your changes.
- Push your repo to your own github repository.
- Go to the GitHub website and your own repository (which is a forked repo of my original repo).
- Use “Pull Request” to turn in your assignment (upper middle of the screen, click “New Pull Request”
- Make sure to type you and your collaborator’s name into the text box (ex: jones-rivaldi submission).
- Click “Create Pull Request”