Each exercise (demo, lab, and MP) follows the same procedure for fetching, working on, and submitting content. As part of the exercise, you need to note which branch on release you can find the exercise.
Form the exercise, find the name of the branch that the content
for the excrise is on. This is usually the name of the exerise (eg:
git fetch releaseto fetch the latest version of the release files
git merge release/BRANCH_NAME master, where BRANCH_NAME is replaced with the name of the branch for the exercise
Upon success, your CS 205 Workbook directory will now contain a new directory with the exercise!
The following branches currently contain exercises:
After working on your exercise, you want to commit the changes to your local repository. This requires you to add the files you changed and then commit those files.
git add -uto add all changed files
git statusto view what files are about to be committed
git commit -m "MESSAGE", where MESSAGE is a message to assoicate your commit.
At this point, your changes are committed to your local repository, but ARE NOT turned in for grading.
After you have committed your changes to your local repository, you must push them to your repository on gitlab in order to give the CS 205 course staff access to grade your work.
git push origin master
Upon success, your files are committed. You can double ckeck that it got committed by going to gitlab and finding your CS 205 workbook.