Translations sur git

Ruediger Landmann r.landmann at
Thu Jan 7 23:46:50 UTC 2010

On 01/07/2010 06:12 PM, Jens Maucher wrote:
> No, there is no particular project. The question was only to get some
> infos how it works.

No problem -- very generally, then:

Once you have commit access to a project, you would run "git clone" to 
create a local copy of the remote repository.

Depending on how the project is structured, you might also need to set 
up some extra branches in the local repository to reflect the branches 
of the remote repository.

Then, if you make a change to a file named "de.po", you run the 
following commands:

git add de.po

git commit -m"Description of your changes"

git push

If you want to pull in recent changes by other contributors, you use 
"git pull".

And that's all there is to basic git usage!



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