|Re: Getting Virgo source [message #664957 is a reply to message #664952]
||Tue, 12 April 2011 15:19
| Glyn Normington
Registered: July 2009
The screenshot got corrupted, as do most plain files attached to these forums. Unfortunately it's deadly for binary files. |
You can usually import existing git projects into Eclipse and then use egit from then on, but it's hardly worth it for documentation.
Just make your edits, commit them to your local git, and then use git diff to create a patch.
If you are feeling adventurous, you could push your changes to github and I could pull them from there, but you might waste time learning how to do that which would be a waste unless you are interested or need to know. (As a budding Virgo contributor, of course you need to know. )
Oh, don't forget to checkout the 2.1.x branch before making your changes for 2.1.x. Then checkout master to make the same changes on the 3.0 line. You can use git cherry-pick to copy the commit across, although it will probably delta clash and you'll need to fix up the mess, so you might prefer to make the changes twice.
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