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By JustArchi, Recognized Contributor / Recognized Developer on 4th January 2014, 12:25 PM
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I'm taking it you don't have a github then. In that case just post all info and archi will add it or someone else will add it and submit a pull request

Do as ShinySide said. As long as you have the file in Archi and used clone to get updates it will stay in your setup. Archi updates won't overwrite it.
 
 
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I'm taking it you don't have a github then. In that case just post all info and archi will add it or someone else will add it and submit a pull request

I created a git account - is this the same thing? If you could give me a gentle hand with some commands, I could figure it out. Sorry I've just never used git before other than downloading/cloning a repo.

Do I need to create a fork then upload that to my fork and ask someone to clone the newly created directory off that?

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I created a git account - is this the same thing? If you could give me a gentle hand with some commands, I could figure it out. Sorry I've just never used git before other than downloading/cloning a repo.

Do I need to create a fork then upload that to my fork and ask someone to clone the newly created directory off that?

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Fork
Git clone the fork
Make changes
Git add -A
Git commit
Git push
Then do a pull request
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Fork
Git clone the fork
Make changes
Git add -A
Git commit
Git push
Then do a pull request

Boom! Exactly what I was looking for - thanks so much!

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