FreeRadiantBunny docs

Develop with git

The progream git is used to develop FreeRadiantBunny.

Here is a set of commands that enables one to download the code and then push changes back to the repository.


Start a new branch.

$git checkout bugnet


Show information about your files of code.

$git status


Write some code here.


Show information about your files of code.

$git status


Add you modified code to the branch so that it is ready to commit.

$git add <filename>:


Show information about your files of code.

$git status


Commit your code, which says that you want to keep it.

$git commit


Copy your modified code to the given branch ("bugnet") in the repository ("origin").

$git push origin bugnet


Change to the branch of the given branch name. Below "master" is the given branch name.

$git checkout master


Copies your modified code (that is in the "bugnet" branch) to the checked-out branch (which currently is the "master" branch).

$git merge bugnet


Delete the branch of the given branch name. Below "bugnet" is the given branch name.

$git branch -d bugnet


Copies your modified code of the given branch name ("mater") to the repository (i.e. "origin").

$git push origin maseter


Well, that is it. Now go to the FreeRadiantBunny repository on BitBucket and see if you changes are really posted in the repository.