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  1. Howdy colleagues, I have a history blog where I post, well, history related essays of my own. I'd like to store the articles in .md or .txt document in my GitHub profile. My question is, would these articles get indexed by Google, since I want them to be original for my blog? Thank you! Stef
  2. So basically, I have got VirtulBox set up and running on my personal mac. It's for my own learning/development really. I have installed git, gitolite and gitweb on my virtual server (Guest VM is Ubuntu) and I am getting used to the basics of git. I have a github account and I want to take my git learning to the next level and put my project on to github. I am looking in to this but VirtualBox is saying that I should install GitHub Enterprise which doesn't feel right to me. This is just one guy's development.. Instead I created a new repository on github and ran this; git remote add origin https://github.com....etc/ I got an error, fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/[username]/[project]': Could not resolve host: github.com Is it because I am doing it from a virtual environment? Would it be easier for me to set up git on my OXS instead and push/pull from the local dev folder? I'd rather not do it that way.. Advice?
  3. Hi Little Help Needed I have created a new website In the index.php file i want to show records from database Now, here is how the problem arise I want to import codes from github intead of hosting those files on my server because i want to keep it opensource Below is the code I am using <?php // connect to the database include('connect-db.php'); // get results from database $sql = "SELECT id, upadhi, name FROM munishri"; $result = $conn->query($sql); if ($result->num_rows > 0) { // output data of each row while($row = $result->fetch_assoc()) { echo "id: " . $row["id"]. " - Name: " . $row["upadhi"]. " " . $row["name"]. "<br>"; } } else { echo "0 results"; } // close connection $conn->close(); ?> Can i host the code to show result in another file and use something like <?php // connect to the database include('connect-db.php'); // get results from database include('http://rawgit.com/thehitechpanky/jainmunilocator/master/database.php'); ?>
  4. I want to install this package: https://github.com/composer/installers from GitHub, I can easily git clone it but I think its better I get experienced with composer. In the readme they onyl give one example, one involving CakePHP: { "name": "you/ftp", "type": "cakephp-plugin", "require": { "composer/installers": "~1.0" } } but I that isn't much help to me since I'm not making composer.json files to hold a single framework or plugin, my json files look more like this: { "name": "example-app", "require": { "cakephp/cakephp": ">=2.5.1", "cakephp/debug_kit": "2.2.*", "slywalker/boost_cake": "*", "CakeDC/tags": "1.*", "CakeDC/utils": "*", "CakeDC/migrations": "*", "FriendsOfCake/crud": "*", "CakeDC/search": "*", "paulredmond/chosen-cakephp": "*" }, "config": { "vendor-dir": "Vendor/" }, "extra": { "installer-paths": { "app/Plugin/Tags": ["CakeDC/tags"], "app/Plugin/BoostCake": ["slywalker/boost_cake"] } } } Right now I'm working on a WordPress one and it is 10 times longer than that. So what I was wondering is if its better to split it up into a few composer.json files. As in one file for setting up the framework and configuring it, when its done, it calls a second composer.json file that will take care of installing the plugins. Like this I suppose I could store a bunch of composer.json files in a central location, each of them has a specific purpose, so if I need to use one of them for a project, I just call composer.phar file (which I can access globally), and use that global keywork to make the json file operate like its in my projects directory. I don't understand what this autoload thing is about at all, but its nice the way it lets you run scripts at particular times during the execution of the json file. Is this actually a better way to work with composer, by chaining separate composer.json files together? A big issue is the name conflict thing, is there a way to make composer.phar process files with different names? It be a pain in the ass having to make the scripts alter the filenames. That gets me thinking about something. Can we define variables in composer.json files? If not, I suppose its not very hard to do it anyway by editing the file. I was thinking there that a composer file generator would be pretty useful. Like say on CakePHPs website, theres a page that lets you check plugins and features that you want for your new installation, then it makes a composer.json file for you.
  5. Hi guys, I am trying to add to my PHP cron script I have. I want the cron to check a private repo on github.com to see if it has been updated since last download and then to download the master.zip, and then extract it over the top of the old code. My first issue is how to get the PHP code to download the master.zip from a private repo. Obviously: file_put_contents("master.zip", file_get_contents("https://github.com/company/repo/archive/master.zip")); is not going to work, as it is a private repo. I did take a look at this https://github.com/markomarkovic/simple-php-git-deploy but was unable to get it to work as I have now idea how to create an SSH for a shared hosting account that PHP can use to contact GitHub. So if anyone can help me get markomarkovic's code to work or has any other code suggestions or ideas please let me know Cheers in advance!
  6. I have a situation with my job where we have software versioning in place. We are having releases ever 2 weeks to a month. for example we are currently working on 2.2.1.0 and 2.3.0.0 we have requirements for 2.3 and 2.2.1 any changes we make to 2.2.1 need to be replicated in 2.3 also what is going on is they are going back to previous versions and making other corrections to 2.2.0.0 and now 2.1.4.1 and 2.1.5.0 and adding a new version 2.1.5.1 this is getting to be a little too much to keep up with and we have a team in china working with us also, and I am working and managing the project files. we have github as a repository system and have versions for 2.3, 2.2, and 2.1 the idea is that each repository will have the latest of its sub kind well, we recently released 2.2.0.0 and then started on 2.2.1.0 and then they made a bunch of changes to 2.2.0.0 and then released the package then the chineese made changes to the files that we broke off (out of repositories) after the package was released and then stuff didn't work because the chineese wanted to replace files from 2.2.1.0 into 2.2.0.0 which may also compromise the integrity of everything. I got reprimanded for not properly communicating with the chineese to stop making changes... now, they want to have a separate repository for each an every release what is the best strategy to keep up with this. It seems like it is set up to fail and have crossover that is going to break. I have done the best I can do to keep versions of every system. am I just in over my head or what?
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