david at kineticode
Apr 28, 2009, 5:43 PM
Post #2 of 4
On Apr 24, 2009, at 9:43 AM, David E. Wheeler wrote:
> [repository]: http://github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/
> I'll be updating the documentation with instructions on how to use
> Git later today (hopefully), so watch for that. In the meantime, if
> you're already comfortable with GitHub, fork and hack!
I wrote up a lot of docs in the last few days and put them on the
wiki. I also moved the contents of Bric::Hacker to the wiki, and
modified it to simply point there. Here are the relevant docs:
[Working with Git](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/working-with-git
): This will get you set up with a GitHub account, fork the project,
and clone it to your local disk.
[Contributing a Bug Fix](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/contributing-a-bug-fix
): Takes you through the basic steps to fix a bug in the master
branch (formerly called trunk) and push it up to GitHub.
[Working with Branches](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/working-with-branches
): How to go about working in a maintenance branch, such as rev_1_10.
[Contributing via Email](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/contributing-via-email
): In case you don't want a GitHub account. Needs filling in by
someone who actually decides to work this way.
[Merging with Git](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/merging-with-git
): Mostly about merging from a maint branch to master.
[Starting a Project Branch](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/starting-a-project-branch
): For those of you who want to undertake some major hacking.
Cool tricks. Please add your own!
[Creating a Release](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/creating-a-release
): How to create and test a tarball, where to upload it, and where to
send announcements. Adapted from Bric::Hacker.
Mail lists, IRC, etc.
): For Perl, SQL, in Emacs and Vim. Adapted from Bric::Hacker.
[Contributing Actions and Movers](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/contributing-actions-and-movers
): Why don't more people do this? Adapted from Bric::Hacker.
Adapted from Bric::Hacker.
): Adapted from Bric::Hacker.
I've also added a [Developer](http://wiki.github.com/bricoleurs/bricolage/development
) page to serve as a TOC for developers. It includes all the links
here (plus one more shortly based on an old [list post](http://marc.info/?l=bricolage-devel&m=121743959523650
So, what are you waiting for? Fork and get hacking!