Notes for BioShell developers¶
Do you want to participate in the project? Have briliant idea what would be a cool extension? Or maybe you need a specific feature?
This page will help you with rolling your own copy of BioShell!
1. Don’t create branch, fork instead Make your own fork of BioShell repository
2. Work as usually
3. Merge with the upstream repository often
Remember to sync your fork of the BioShell source tree to keep it up-to-date with the upstream repository. Use the command below:
git pull firstname.lastname@example.org:dgront/bioshell.git
This will only update your local copy of the repository. Use
git push to update your fork on BitBucket.
4. Create a pull request
When your work is done, you may contribute your changes to the main BioShell repository. Simply push your development branch to the forked remote repository and create the pull request.