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A simple example repo to show the basics of repo operation.

Fork repo

Forking the repo will make a new repository with a copy of the old repository. You will be able to edit the new repository and the original owner cannot.

  1. Click on the fork button fork
  2. Fill out the fork dialog fork

Clone this repo

Cloning a repo makes a local copy of the repo

  1. You can get the clone address from the code button clone

  2. Click the "Current Repository" pulldown

  3. Click Add

  4. Click clone existing repository

  5. Fill in the name of your repository and confirm the local path is correct

  6. Click clone

  7. Your files will now be in the local directory you specified in step 5 clone gif