That’s fantastic! We’ve been looking into ways to use Git to manage LabVIEW projects with GitHub (http://github.com/Team2337). We actually paid for a private repo during build season, but it fell out of use. This will definitely help us the second time around!
Just to pose a question, how many teams use Github as an organization account vs as a regular account? Does making our team account an organization introduce any new management difficulties we should be aware of? I ask only because our team’s GH account is still a ‘personal’ acocunt.
When you make an organization, you add individual users to your organization. Anyone in your organization can create repos and commit to repos. I would recommend you have your team working on the code get their own personal accounts and join your organization.
Awesome news! I was hoping that such a solution would become available. I was looking for this when trying to write some tutorials, but had difficulty recommending a single host. This is definitely getting some higher priority now. Thanks guys.
I’m really excited to work with John to offer you all some resources this year. I did FIRST in varying capacities from 2002 until 2006 and then mentored a FLL team in 2010. So, I’ll be around to answer any Git, GitHub, web development, etc. questions any of you might have.
Looking forward to seeing any tutorials you produce! Drop me a message with a link if you get a chance.
Did you only write it for the command-line version? Have you also written one on something like TortoiseGIT?
I don’t know about CAD files, but LabVIEW files can be compared, just like text files. (You just need to use the compare app)