[SciPy-Dev] Updated codata.py
Wed Jun 16 08:53:30 CDT 2010
On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 1:47 AM, Pauli Virtanen <email@example.com> wrote:
> Tue, 15 Jun 2010 21:55:04 -0600, Vincent Davis wrote:
>> What is easier, I can attach a file or I have a branch/fork on github of
>> scipy-work. If you see something you would like different let me know.
> It's perhaps best to create a branch on github. Then you can always give
> a link to the file, and our Git-using people can easily get your stuff.
> Note that for some reason you have a lot of branches in your Github repo.
> I'd perhaps suggest doing
> git push origin :DEintegrator
> git push origin :chdtr-fix-commit
> to prune the branches you are not actually working on, so it's easier to
> keep track of what's potentially interesting. (Ditto for pydocweb and
I am not sure what that means, for scipy-work, numpy, pydocweb I chose
"fork" on the gitub website and then cloned that new fork ie git clone
How should I be doing this?
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