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Re: Latest manual update


On 1/24/19 12:38 PM, Paul Sutton wrote:
> On 24/01/2019 12:34, Israel wrote:
>> On 1/24/19 1:17 AM, Paul Sutton wrote:
>>> HI Israel
>>> Just a quick question re this at the bottom. I am probably missing a
>>> step out with pushing things to github.
>>> On 23/01/2019 22:45, Israel wrote:
>>>> On 1/23/19 7:42 AM, Paul Sutton wrote:
>>>>> Hi All
>>>>> Just pushed the latest manual build to github. The nice thing about
>>>>> Overleaf is everything can be downloaded as a zip file.
>>>>> https://github.com/zleap/ToriosManualv2
>>>>> Last night I copied and pasted the PCManFM short cuts in to the manual
>>>>> as a table.  So that needs a little work and I am slowly making a list
>>>>> of all the menu items and providing links to the respective webpages. 
>>>>> So hopefully this will provide users with a reference to look for more
>>>>> information on each of the various packages. 
>>>>> It does seem however that documentation for many packages in the Free
>>>>> software world is somewhat lacking or harder to find.
>>>>> Regards
>>>>> Paul
>>>>> hey Paul,
>>>>> I set the upstream "watch" file to look for any new releases.  You have
>>>>> not made any releases at all.  Can you make them when you have a new
>>>>> version?
>>> How do I do that ?  at present I update the manual on overleaf, 
>>> download in to ToriOSManualv2  and then git add, git commit and then git
>>> push to github.  Am I missing a step out somewhere. Or do I need to
>>> enable bazaar on the same repository?
>>> So using
>>> git add ToriOSManualv2.pdf  ToriOSManualv2.zip
>>> git commit -m "added latest version <date>"
>>> git push
>>> Paul
>> Hey Paul,
>> Go to https://github.com/zleap/ToriosManualv2/releases
>> That will show a button where you can create a release.  Only do a
>> release when you are satisfied with the doc enough to warrant a release,
>> though.
> As this is a fresh re-write of the manual that so far has not got any
> releases attached to it, I will create a release for it.  Then, from
> time to time,  issue subsequent release, but in between that will still
> do more commits and push(es) to the repository.
>> Do you want me to create a PR (pull request) to give my changes to you?
> Do you mean changes to the manual here ?
> Problem is I have not figured out overleaf <> github integration ( I
> should be able to save directly to git hub) however as it stands I am
> downloading all the files as a zip and pdf, then pushing those, which
> seems to work nicely.  Just means people can't collaborate as easily.
> But if you want to send over a plain text file with changes I can just
> copy / paste them in.
> Hope this helps
> Paul 

Hey Paul,

This is fine, I will just maintain my own branch and do it that way!

It is just as easy to git pull from yours!