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File Date Author Commit
core_x86 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
devio 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
docs 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
include 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
klibc 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
modules 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
tools 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
README.md 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [6a5ab6] initial commit
README.txt 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
makefile 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel
makefile_old 2012-11-28 Jonathan Jao Jonathan Jao [414a12] first commit and transititon to git for NJKernel

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README for a newly created project.

There are a couple of things you should do first, before you can use all of Git's power:

  • Add a remote to this project: in the Cloud9 IDE command line, you can execute the following commands
    git remote add [remote name] [remote url (eg. 'git@github.com:/ajaxorg/node_chat')] [Enter]
  • Create new files inside your project
  • Add them to to Git by executing the following command
    git add [file1, file2, file3, ...] [Enter]
  • Create a commit which can be pushed to the remote you just added
    git commit -m 'added new files' [Enter]
  • Push the commit the remote
    git push [remote name] master [Enter]

That's it! If this doesn't work for you, please visit the excellent resources from Github.com and the Pro Git book.
If you can't find your answers there, feel free to ask us via Twitter (@cloud9ide), mailing list or IRC (#cloud9ide on freenode).

Happy coding!