| I've been using BitBucket, but I am thinking of moving my (as of yet, not approved) mods to GitHub so I can better integrate with the site. Is there a specific structure expected for the mods, or can I point it to an individual file? The plugins are a part of a discord bot that does raid alerts and chat relay. The entire system is open source.|
Is it preferrable to have a repository per file? Or a repo where all the files are in the root directory? I would rather not change what's there now, with everything together and the mods in a subdirectory of the root, but I just wanted to prepare for what's expected before moving.
Posted 2 months ago#1View post
|Right now it requires an individual repository per plugin.|
Posted 2 months ago#2View post
In response to Wulf (View post):Alright, thanks. :)
Posted 2 months ago#3View post
In response to MrPoundsign (View post):So I created an organization, and a repo for each plugin, but I am having an issue with figuring out how to link them all independtantly. The umod install has access to all repositories, but the install button links me to the configuration for umod on github.
I think I got it working, in a rather round-about way. I had to uninstall umod from github, and re-add it with the install button for each plugin. Seems like perhaps it doesn't check if it's already configured / set up. It did seem to keep the configuration for all of the plugins, even though it was uninstalled and reinstalled 3 times.
Posted 2 months ago
Last updated 2 months ago#4View post
|You can either authorize for the entire organization or individually per repo, uninstalling each time shouldn't be necessary.|
Posted 2 months ago#5View post
In response to Wulf (View post):It was authorized to everything; But when I went to add the integration to a plugin, I still saw the install button under the "Repository Name" section after putting in the name.
Posted 2 months ago#6View post