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readme.md

KSU WDC Entry for E.A.T. School Lunch Hackathon

(more info to come)

Getting Started

To get started with our project, fork the KSU WCD organization's repository to your own Github account. Then ssh into our development server and from your home directory: git clone git@github.com:<your user name>/eat-school-lunch.git

Then, to set a remote named upstream to our main repository: git remote add upstream git@github.com:k-state-web-development-club/eat-school-lunch.git

Keeping your fork up-to-date

Unlike systems like Subversion, Git can have multiple remotes. A remote is the name for a URL of a Git repository. By default your fork will have a remote named "origin" which points to your fork, but you can add another remote named "codeigniter" which points to git://github.com:k-state-web-development-club/eat-school-lunch.git. This is a read-only remote but you can pull from this develop branch to update your own.

If you are using command-line you can do the following:

  1. git fetch upstream
  2. git rebase upstream/master
  3. git push origin master

Now your fork is up to date. This should be done regularly, or before you send a pull request at least.