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 This "​pull"​ should do nothing, because you already have the latest version. The basic idea is that you can stay up-to-date easily as well as contribute to the codebase so that everyone else can benefit. As you might expect, that part is known as a "​push",​ which we will do in the next step. This "​pull"​ should do nothing, because you already have the latest version. The basic idea is that you can stay up-to-date easily as well as contribute to the codebase so that everyone else can benefit. As you might expect, that part is known as a "​push",​ which we will do in the next step.
  
-=== A first commit and push === +=== A first commit and push (optional) ​===  
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 +This section shows you how to make changes to the GitHub repository. You can skip it if you just want to get things up and running, and come back to it later if you ever want to change anything.
  
 First, if you haven'​t "done a pull" recently, do one now before starting the next step. First, if you haven'​t "done a pull" recently, do one now before starting the next step.
analysis/nsb2017/week1.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/26 22:08 by mvdm