I'm trying to setup github with my android projects mainly so I can work on them on both my laptop and desktop computers.
I found this video on setting up github and I've created my github account. My issue is when I'm going through the process of Sharing my Project on GitHub I'm not getting the "Add files for initial Commit".
I installed GitHub for Windows, and it's a very smooth program (looks exactly like any of the Live programs). However, it lists my GitHub repositories and wants me to clone it to %USERPROFILE%/Documents/GitHub. I don't want to clone my repository. I want to tell GitHub where to find the locations of the repositories I've currently been using to push to GitHub. Is this possible?
According to a GitHub post this morning, GitHub for Mac is now supported in GitHub Enterprise. The support comes as part of the latest release of GitHub for Mac. The features, “Clone in Mac,” username auto-completion and notifications, are now available with a user’s enterprise repositories.
I used mac github client to push my codes to my github account. On my Ubuntu linux computer I wan't to connect to github using the terminal so that it will automatically sync will all my projects on github. How would I do it? All the online help I have bumped in to so far only show how to clone an exiting git repository not how to connect to my github account and sync it.
My github account is public: https://github.com/<USER>. I can see my name even if not connected. However, I cannot found it when searching after it (google, bing) even if I add "github" or even if I use my username on the site or ... even directly on github. What setting should I change?
GitHub today announced Octokit , a new lineup of GitHub-maintained client libraries for the GitHub API.
Octokit comes in two flavors. It offers a kit for developing Ruby apps and another for Objective-C. The Ruby version is what the site describes as a simple wrapper for the GitHub API.