Welcome to Vaulteron's development repository on GitLab! Here you will find all the resources you need to participate in the Vaulteron development process. Whether you're an experienced developer or a newbie to programming, this guide will help you get started.
Step 1: Create or sign up for a GitLab account If you don't have a GitLab account yet, visit https://gitlab.com and create a new account. If you already have an account, just log in.
Step 2: Find Vaulteron's development repository Navigate to https://gitlab.com/vaulteron/development/Vaulteron. Here you can find the main repository for the development of Vaulteron.
Step 3: Clone repository To start development, you need to make a local copy of the repository on your computer. This is done as follows:
- Open your terminal or your git bash (if available).
- Navigate to the desired location for the repository:
- Clone the repository with:
git clone https://gitlab.com/vaulteron/development/Vaulteron.git
Step 4: Setting up the development environment Depending on the requirements of the project, you may need to install certain tools or software. Check the documentation in the repository to find out which dependencies you need.
Step 5: Create Branch It is a good practice to work in a separate branch so as not to interfere with the main development line. Create a new branch by running the following command:
git checkout -b your-branch-name
Step 6: Edit code and make changes Now you can make your changes to the code. Use your favorite code editor to edit files.
Step 7: Commit changes After you've made your changes, it's time to commit them. Execute these commands:
git add .
git commit -m "Describe your changes here"
Step 8: Push changes Upload your changes to your GitLab repository:
git push origin your-branch-name
Step 9: Create Merge Request When you are satisfied with your changes and want to merge them into the main branch of the project, create a merge request through the GitLab interface. This allows other developers to review your changes before they are merged into the main branch.
Congratulations! You have now successfully started contributing to the Vaulteron project. Remember to check the documentation in the repository to learn more about the development process, guidelines and best practices. Happy Coding!