Creating a Github from scratch AND uploading code I have in a file

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(Daniel Consuegra) #1

Hey all!

I have to create a github repo so that I can then share it with you all… but… I’m not sure how it’s done…

I have the code for the .git file in my PC…

Could anyone guide me thru the process?

Running Win10

Thanks!


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(jkp) #2

Tagging @Nezmo

I believe he just went through the process so perhaps he can assist
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(Daniel Consuegra) #3

I just fixed it… it was a lot easier! LOL! created a new repo from the desktop Github app in win10… easy!

Thanks!


(Daniel Consuegra) #4

Damn… now I can’t see the new DH from the Github integration… I simply added the repo like I did others… what did I do wrong? The repo is here: https://github.com/danielccm/XiaomiAqaraLightSwitch


#5

The files is .git instead of .groovy. I would suggest after setting up an empty repo, doing your first commit from the ST IDE. That’s what I did and it made it a lot simpler. Set all the folder structure automatically for me. No muss, no fuss.


(Daniel Consuegra) #6

Don’t know how, but I think I got it… even though when I try to update from repo it still doesn’t show up… lol!


#7

Then you didn’t get it then, did you? What do you define as “getting it”? LOL


(Daniel Consuegra) #8

sure got it after all! lol! It’s just that I already had the code updated in my repo AND in my DH list… lol! Dumb me…