Commit a09eb306 authored by Luke Champine's avatar Luke Champine

GitHub -> GitLab

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### Fork the Sia repository
While logged into your Github account, navigate to the [Sia repository][sia]
While logged into your GitLab account, navigate to the [Sia repository][sia]
and click the 'Fork' button in the upper righthand corner. Your account now
has a 'forked' copy of the original repo at
`https://github.com/<your GitHub username>/Sia`.
`https://gitlab.com/<your GitLab username>/Sia`.
When you installed Sia using `go get`, the go tool put the Sia source code in
$GOPATH/src/gitlab.com/NebulousLabs/Sia. Change to that directory and set up
......@@ -108,10 +108,10 @@ your fork as a git [remote][remote]:
```bash
$ cd $GOPATH/src/gitlab.com/NebulousLabs/Sia
# Add your fork as a remote. Name it whatever is convenient,
# e.g your GitHub username
$ git remote add <remote name> https://github.com/<username>/Sia.git
# e.g your GitLab username
$ git remote add <remote name> https://gitlab.com/<username>/Sia.git
# Or if you use an SSH key, create the remote with the following
$ git remote add <remote name> git@github.com:<username>/Sia.git
$ git remote add <remote name> git@gitlab.com:<username>/Sia.git
```
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......@@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ Be sure to follow the conventions detailed in
satisfy these best practices.
Once you've finished making changes, stage and commit your changes then update
your fork on Github:
your fork on GitLab:
```bash
# Make sure the code is up to date with the original repo:
......@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ $ git status
# Commit your changes. If you just run `commit`, a text editor will pop up for
# you to enter a description of your changes.
$ git commit -m "Add new tests for CommitSync method"
# Push the changes to your fork on GitHub, which you should have set up as a
# Push the changes to your fork on GitLab, which you should have set up as a
# remote already.
$ git push <fork remote> <branch>
```
......@@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ $ git push <fork remote> <branch>
### Submit your code for review
Once you've tested your new code and pushed changes to your fork, navigate to
your fork at `https://github.com/<username>/Sia` in your browser.
your fork at `https://gitlab.com/<username>/Sia` in your browser.
Switch to the branch you've made changes on by selecting it from the list on
the upper left. Then click 'New pull request' on the upper right.
......@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@ Here's a sample code review comment:
If you want to tweak code for which you've already submitted a pull request,
push the updated code to your fork with `git push -f <fork remote> <branch>` and
summarize the changes you've made in a comment on the pull request page on
GitHub.
GitLab.
Once we have accepted your changes and merged them into the original repo, you
have some cleanup to do:
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### More Git resources
* [How to into git (and Github)][luke] by Luke Champine
* [How to into git (and GitHub)][luke] by Luke Champine
* [Official resources for learning Git][git]
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