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All you really have to do here is provide a project name; the rest of the fields are completely optional. Since you have no code there yet, GitHub will show you instructions for how create a brand-new Git repository, or connect an existing Git project. Now that your project is hosted on GitHub, you can give the URL to anyone you want to share your project with. Git can fetch from and push to both of these URLs, but they are access-controlled based on the credentials of the user connecting to them.

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All you really have to do here is provide a project name; the rest of the fields are completely optional. Since you have no code there yet, GitHub will show you instructions for how create a brand-new Git repository, or connect an existing Git project.

Now that your project is hosted on GitHub, you can give the URL to anyone you want to share your project with. Git can fetch from and push to both of these URLs, but they are access-controlled based on the credentials of the user connecting to them. If Ben, Jeff, and Louise all sign up for accounts on GitHub, and you want to give them push access to your repository, you can add them to your project. Pull Requests can either come from a branch in a fork of your repository or they can come from another branch in the same repository.

Someone comes along and makes a change to your code and sends you a Pull Request. You should get an email notifying you about the new Pull Request and it should look something like Email notification of a new Pull Request.

There are a few things to notice about this email. It gives you a link to the Pull Request on GitHub. It also gives you a few URLs that you can use from the command line.

We went over this quickly in Checking Out Remote Branches. If you wish, you can create and switch to a topic branch and then run this command to merge in the Pull Request changes.

The other interesting URLs are the. You could technically merge in the Pull Request work with something like this:. You can comment on specific lines of code, comment on whole commits or comment on the entire Pull Request itself, using GitHub Flavored Markdown everywhere. Every time someone else comments on the Pull Request you will continue to get email notifications so you know there is activity happening.

They will each have a link to the Pull Request where the activity is happening and you can also directly respond to the email to comment on the Pull Request thread.

This means that no matter what, every time you hit the merge button, a merge commit is created. As you can see in Merge button and instructions for merging a Pull Request manually. GitHub actually advertises the Pull Request branches for a repository as sort of pseudo-branches on the server. This means that we can pretty easily pull down every Pull Request branch in one go without having to add a bunch of remotes.

Open up. It should look a bit like this:. This makes it super easy to try the code from a pull request locally:. The eagle-eyed among you would note the head on the end of the remote portion of the refspec. This can allow you to test the merge before even hitting the button. Not only can you open Pull Requests that target the main or master branch, you can actually open a Pull Request targeting any branch in the network.

In fact, you can even target another Pull Request. Here you can fairly easily specify to merge your new branch into another Pull Request or another fork of the project. GitHub also has a pretty nice notifications system built in that can come in handy when you have questions or need feedback from specific individuals or teams.

In any comment you can start typing a character and it will begin to autocomplete with the names and usernames of people who are collaborators or contributors in the project. You can also mention a user who is not in that dropdown, but often the autocompleter can make it faster.

Once you post a comment with a user mention, that user will be notified. This means that this can be a really effective way of pulling people into conversations rather than making them poll. Very often in Pull Requests on GitHub people will pull in other people on their teams or in their company to review an Issue or Pull Request. Web notifications only exist on GitHub and you can only check them on GitHub.

If you have this option selected in your preferences and a notification is triggered for you, you will see a small blue dot over your notifications icon at the top of your screen as seen in Notification center. If you click on that, you will see a list of all the items you have been notified about, grouped by project. You can filter to the notifications of a specific project by clicking on its name in the left hand sidebar.

You can also acknowledge the notification by clicking the checkmark icon next to any notification, or acknowledge all of the notifications in a project by clicking the checkmark at the top of the group.

There is also a mute button next to each checkmark that you can click to not receive any further notifications on that item. All of these tools are very useful for handling large numbers of notifications. Many GitHub power users will simply turn off email notifications entirely and manage all of their notifications through this screen. Email notifications are the other way you can handle notifications through GitHub.

If you have this turned on you will get emails for each notification. We saw examples of this in Comments sent as email notifications and Email notification of a new Pull Request. There is also a fair amount of metadata embedded in the headers of the emails that GitHub sends you, which can be really helpful for setting up custom filters and rules. For instance, if we look at the actual email headers sent to Tony in the email shown in Email notification of a new Pull Request.

There are a couple of interesting things here. There are a couple of special files that GitHub will notice if they are present in your repository. Many teams use this file to hold all the relevant project information for someone who might be new to the repository or project. This generally includes things like:. Since GitHub will render this file, you can embed images or links in it for added ease of understanding. This way people may actually read the guidelines before opening the Pull Request.

Generally there are not a lot of administrative things you can do with a single project, but there are a couple of items that might be of interest.

Simply change the default branch in the dropdown and that will be the default for all major operations from then on, including which branch is checked out by default when someone clones the repository.

This is helpful if you are abandoning a project and someone wants to take it over, or if your project is getting bigger and want to move it into an organization. Not only does this move the repository along with all its watchers and stars to another place, it also sets up a redirect from your URL to the new place. It will also redirect clones and fetches from Git, not just web requests.

Pierwsze kroki 1. Podstawy Gita 2. Git on the Server 4. Distributed Git 5. GitHub 6. Git Tools 7. Customizing Git 8. Git and Other Systems 9. Git Internals Appendix C: Git Commands A3. Email Notifications Someone comes along and makes a change to your code and sends you a Pull Request. Pull Requests on Pull Requests Not only can you open Pull Requests that target the main or master branch, you can actually open a Pull Request targeting any branch in the network.

Mentions and Notifications GitHub also has a pretty nice notifications system built in that can come in handy when you have questions or need feedback from specific individuals or teams. Email Notifications Email notifications are the other way you can handle notifications through GitHub. X-GitHub-Recipient-Address: tchacon example. Special Files There are a couple of special files that GitHub will notice if they are present in your repository.

What the project is for How to configure and install it An example of how to use it or get it running The license that the project is offered under How to contribute to it. Project Administration Generally there are not a lot of administrative things you can do with a single project, but there are a couple of items that might be of interest.

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