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21 hours ago, Theokie said:

Please read the readme.md, study the sh script, thats why I put it on github. You can see all changes made. 😎

Useful script for sure, maybe it would be easier if you forked the initial project so a diff between the two is easier?

How are you planning on merging changes from the initial project to yours?

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12 minutes ago, iops said:

Useful script for sure, maybe it would be easier if you forked the initial project so a diff between the two is easier?

How are you planning on merging changes from the initial project to yours?

Hi iops, my git skills are very poor. I am more than happy to add you the repo if you can assist? I'm really useless with github 🤪 I also want to make something with a python lib for axperts that I found, but it needs a bit work. Once I get time I will start with that too.

Regards

T

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On 2020/07/29 at 2:33 PM, Theokie said:

Hi iops, my git skills are very poor. I am more than happy to add you the repo if you can assist? I'm really useless with github 🤪 I also want to make something with a python lib for axperts that I found, but it needs a bit work. Once I get time I will start with that too.

Regards

T

Git is quite a bit to get your head around, I can only ever remember git blame 😛

It depends on how easily you want to maintain the project, I'd look at doing something like this:

git fork the original repo from ned-kelly

Add your changes, the script etc

Push/commit your changes to your Github repo

 

There's much better documentation out there as to what I can recommend, this has helped me get started as well as GitHub's guides.

If you do it like this and the original repo has updates you can easily merge those into your branch.

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