HELP: How to contribute?
Just submit Pull Request to GitHub repository with your solutions.
First find out the latest challenge folder, more likely the highest numbered folder is the latest challenge folder e.g. challenge-002. If you are an existing member, you would probably find a folder by your name. For example, if your name is “Joe Blog” then there would be a folder called “joe-blog”. Under your named folder, you would find a file README. Depending on your choice of language, you should create a folder here e.g. perl for Perl and raku for Raku. Please keep everything lowercase. Inside each of these folders you can save your solutions. If it is perl script for Task #1 then call it ch-1.pl. Similarly if it is perl script for Task #2 then call it ch-2.pl. For Raku solutions, call it ch-1.raku and ch-2.raku respectively. And if you are writing one-liner then call it ch-1.sh or ch-2.sh. If you are contributing for the first time, please create your named folder as described above. Also let us know what name you would like us to use?
In case you have created a blog about your solutions, then create a file called blog.txt and save the link in the file. In case you have more than one blog then create another file called blog1.txt and add your link there.
Let us assume you want to submit solutions for Challenge 002 and your Github user name is joe-blog.
1) If you are submitting the solution for the first time then you have to fork the repository by clicking the “Fork” button in the top right corner and should have repository e.g. https://github.com/joe-blog/perlweeklychallenge-club.
2) Go to your favourite terminal and clone your repository.
$ git clone https://github.com/joe-blog/perlweeklychallenge-club
3) Create a new branch for the solution.
$ cd perlweeklychallenge-club $ git checkout -b new-branch
4) Go to the Challenge 002 folder.
$ cd challenge-002
5) If you find a folder with your name in the current folder then skip to next step otherwise create a new folder.
$ mkdir joe-blog
6) Change into your named folder.
$ cd joe-blog
7) If you just created the folder then you should add a file README and add a line Solution by Joe Blog otherwise skip to next step.
$ cat README Solution by Joe Blog.
8) If you want to submit Perl solutions then you should create a folder perl (if not already created). Similarly if you want to submit Raku solutions then you should create a folder raku (if not already created).
9) Change into your relevant folder depending on your choice.
$ cd perl
$ cd raku
10) Now you are ready to add your solutions. If it is for the Task #1 then create a file named ch-1.pl or ch-1.raku or ch-1.sh. Similarly, if it is for the Task #2 then create a file named ch-2.pl or ch-2.raku or ch-2.sh.
11) Once you are happy with your solutions, you should add it to the repository. First go back to root of the repository and then fire the command below:
$ git add challenge-002/joe-blog
12) Commit your changes now.
$ git commit
13) Push your changes.
$ git push -u origin new-branch
14) Now go to your forked repository in GitHub web portal https://github.com/joe-blog/perlweeklychallenge-club
15) You should see a button to submit Pull Request.
How to add new solution when you already have the forked repository?
Let us assume you already have the repository forked. If this is the first time you are using the same forked respository for submitting subsequent challenges solution. I also assume your GitHub user name is joe-blog.
1) Checkout out the master branch first.
$ git checkout master
2) Check if you have setup upstream.
$ git remote -v
You should see something similar:
origin https://github.com/joe-blog/perlweeklychallenge-club (fetch) origin https://github.com/joe-blog/perlweeklychallenge-club (push) upstream https://github.com/manwar/perlweeklychallenge-club (fetch) upstream https://github.com/manwar/perlweeklychallenge-club (push)
If you don’t see upstream as above then you need to setup your upstream like below:
$ git remote add upstream https://github.com/manwar/perlweeklychallenge-club
Check if you have everything setup correctly.
$ git remote -v
If you see similar output as above then you have setup upstream correctly. You only need to do it once.
3) Now we need to fetch latest changes from the upstream.
$ git fetch upstream
4) We will now merge the changes into your local master branch.
$ git checkout master $ git merge upstream/master --ff-only
5) Then push your master changes back to the repository.
$ git push -u origin master
6) Now it is time create new branch for new challenge
$ git checkout -b branch-for-challenge-005
7) Once you have a new branch ready, you can start adding your solutions or blog information.
$ cd challenge-005/joe-blog $ echo "URL to the blog" > blog.txt $ mkdir perl $ cd perl
Add script like ch-1.pl or ch-2.pl or ch-1.sh or ch-2.sh
Or if its Raku solutions then follow this:
$ mkdir raku $ cd raku
Add script like ch-1.raku or ch-2.raku or ch-1.sh or ch-2.sh
8) Test your script now.
9) Commit your changes.
$ git add challenge-005/joe-blog $ git commit
10) Now push the newly created branch branch-for-challenge-005
$ git push -u origin branch-for-challenge-005
11) Time to submit your changes as Pull Request. Go to your GitHub web profile:
You should see button to create Pull Request.
If you have any trouble with the above instructions then please get in touch with me anytime firstname.lastname@example.org.