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Contributing to the ioly Cookbook
Once you have installed ioly, it automatically connects to GitHub and downloads the main ioly-Cookbook:
If you want to add your own recipes to the cookbook, or just want to improve an existing recipe, you need to fork the cookbook to your own Github account:
Fork the Cookbook
Copy your fork URL so it can be cloned:
Cloning the Cookbook
After you have forked, clone your repository to your computer and start making changes.
You can clone using the following command:
git clone https://github.com/<your-username>/ioly.git
Add your own recipe
Add your own recipe, make modifications or improvements. See Writing a recipe if you want to learn more about writing recipes.
Commit & Push your changes back to Github
Once done, commit and push your changes back to Github.
Test your changes in ioly
Download the ioly-Core:
curl -O "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ioly/ioly/core/ioly.php";
Configure ioly to use your fork
Test ioly on your target installation. In the example below, we configure ioly to use an OXID eSales installation:
$ export IOLY_SYSTEM_BASE=/Users/dh/Sites/488; $ export IOLY_SYSTEM_VERSION=4.8; $ php ioly.php setcookbookurl http://github.com//ioly/archive/master.zip;
Test your changes
$ php ioly.php install gn2netwerk/variantjump 1.0.0;
Send a pull-request
Open your fork in Github and click on Pull-Request to send your changes back to us. We will talk about them with the community and if everything works correctly, merge them into the main cookbook so everyone can use your module.