Committing new version of scraper for git dummy

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Daniel Malmgren Offline
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Question  Committing new version of scraper for git dummy
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Hi.
I've just fixed a small thing in my scraper filmdelta.se. Now I'd like to push my change back to the repository. I've been reading up on http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Off...repository, but since I have never used git before I don't really understand what to do. Someone please point me in the right direction?

/Daniel
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you just subscribe to the addon mailing list and submit a pull request.

preferably you'll host the scraper in your own svn or git repo and we will pull it from there.

in case this is really out of your league, you can submit a zip pull request as well.

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ronie Wrote:preferably you'll host the scraper in your own svn or git repo and we will pull it from there.

Well, this is the part where it seems unnecessarily complicated for just this one small thing. But then again, I'd rather do it the preferred way than the non-preferred Big Grin I have my own public http server so I guess it maybe isn't a big deal. Is this about what I have to do?

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Daniel Malmgren Wrote:Well, this is the part where it seems unnecessarily complicated for just this one small thing. But then again, I'd rather do it the preferred way than the non-preferred Big Grin I have my own public http server so I guess it maybe isn't a big deal. Is this about what I have to do?

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seems like a fun project to set up your own git repo.
never did it myself, so wouldn't be able to help you out.

signing up for a free repo on github.com would also be an option.

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ronie Wrote:seems like a fun project to set up your own git repo.
never did it myself, so wouldn't be able to help you out.

signing up for a free repo on github.com would also be an option.

It is fairly simple to set-up and create a new project.
I can help you out when you are using windows. In that case have a look at http://www.syntevo.com/smartgit/index.html
It's free and relativly simple to use in comparison to command line git

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