Commit 4f66fbba authored by Chris Reffett's avatar Chris Reffett

Update documentation to refer to gitlab and remove the "this no longer

works" lines
parent c38b6771
...@@ -29,19 +29,19 @@ To get started, you'll need the following installed: ...@@ -29,19 +29,19 @@ To get started, you'll need the following installed:
[pip](http://www.pip-installer.org/en/latest/installing.html) or [pip](http://www.pip-installer.org/en/latest/installing.html) or
[easy_install](http://pythonhosted.org/distribute/easy_install.html)) [easy_install](http://pythonhosted.org/distribute/easy_install.html))
<!--This section is redundant as git.gmu.edu is no longer operational -->
<!--You don't need to do anything with [git.gmu.edu](https://git.gmu.edu/) to --> <!--You don't need to do anything with [git.gmu.edu](https://git.gmu.edu/) to -->
<!--preform a `git clone`, but you should log in if you plan on actually modifying --> <!--preform a `git clone`, but you should log in if you plan on actually modifying -->
<!--code. Logging into git.gmu.edu with your George Mason credentials will create --> <!--code. Logging into git.gmu.edu with your George Mason credentials will create -->
<!--an account. Ask a SRCT member to add you to the SRCT group on the site and you --> <!--an account. Ask a SRCT member to add you to the SRCT group on the site and you -->
<!--will be added to the list of people allowed to `git push` to the repository at --> <!--will be added to the list of people allowed to `git push` to the repository at -->
<!--git.gmu.edu. --> <!--git.gmu.edu. Alternatively, you can fork the project, clone your own repo, make -->
<!--changes there, and submit pull requests.-->
Then type the following commands in your terminal (if you're on Windows, Then type the following commands in your terminal (if you're on Windows,
[Cygwin](http://www.cygwin.com/) is recommended). [Cygwin](http://www.cygwin.com/) is recommended).
```bash ```bash
git clone https://github.com/thallada/whats-open.git git clone http://git.gmu.edu/srct/whats-open.git
cd whats-open/ cd whats-open/
virtualenv venv --distribute virtualenv venv --distribute
source venv/bin/activate source venv/bin/activate
...@@ -50,13 +50,6 @@ python manage.py syncdb ...@@ -50,13 +50,6 @@ python manage.py syncdb
python manage.py migrate website python manage.py migrate website
``` ```
<!--This section is redundant as git.gmu.edu is no longer operational -->
<!--If git.gmu.edu is not loading correctly the alternative url is: -->
<!--https://github.com/thallada/whats-open.git-->
Note, I will have to add you as a collaborator to the github repo for you to be
able to push code. Please email me, Facebook message, or send me a Zulip message
me so I can add you.
###Running the Site Locally### ###Running the Site Locally###
Now that everything is set-up you can run the server on your computer. Now that everything is set-up you can run the server on your computer.
...@@ -86,14 +79,12 @@ documentation](http://docs.jquery.com/) and I've found [Mozilla's documentation ...@@ -86,14 +79,12 @@ documentation](http://docs.jquery.com/) and I've found [Mozilla's documentation
on JavaScript](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/JavaScript) to be on JavaScript](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/JavaScript) to be
useful as well. But if your Google-fu is sharp, that should suffice. useful as well. But if your Google-fu is sharp, that should suffice.
<!--This section is incorrect as git.gmu.edu is no longer operational -->
<!--If you followed the steps in "Set Up" above, once you actually make changes it--> <!--If you followed the steps in "Set Up" above, once you actually make changes it-->
<!--should be easy to push them to the git repository.--> <!--should be easy to push them to the git repository.-->
Once you actually make your changes and have fully tested them you can push the Once you actually make your changes and have fully tested them you can push the
code to the git repository. Note, I will have to add you to my github repo in code to the git repository. The best way to do this is to fork the project, make
order for you to be allowed to push code to the repo. Please email, Facebook the changes in your local repository, push to gitlab, and submit a pull request.
message, Humbug message me so I can add you.
There are many ways to use git, and this is one example: There are many ways to use git, and this is one example:
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