Sharing Omnis Libraries on GitHub – one per project?
Thanks Joe, and everyone,
The answer is clear. One library per repository and additional required files can be pointed to within the read me file.
I did refer to the document by Alex to set up my github account and create my first repository. It is very good and together with the document by Henk at omnis.ci/guides/contribute-to-omnis-libraries.html it provided me with a complete Picture of what is required, how the main goal of getting Omnis recognised as a language will be achieved, and also what is required when others create branches of your source to make changes and how these changes are merged back into the main repository. I guess the latter is the really useful feature of github. I am pleased I joined (better later then never). A big thanks to Alex Clay, Henk Noppe and all those who advocated github.
Michael Monschau (Director)
Brainy Data Limited
> On 2 Feb 2018, at 13:26, Joe Brower <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Howdy, Micheal,
> The team I am with is just starting to get into the GitHub world, so your
> thread is of interest. Programmer extraordinaire Mark Wood pointed me to
> this resource, which you may find helpful.
> Joe Brower
> Akelis, Inc.
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> Subject: Sharing Omnis Libraries on GitHub – one per project?
> Hi $all,
> I just created my account on github and I am ready to create my first
> project. I have a number of example libraries that I regularly use and
> update for EurOmnis and I thought it a good idea to upload these to github.
> My question is, should I have one project per library or should I upload all
> EurOmnis example libraries within one project?
> In a bid to make Omnis a recognised language, I will also upload other
> example libraries suitable for sharing, including the demo libraries for our
> Brainy Data components.
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