Documented here is how wescamp.py works when -g (--git) is passed, so that it communicates with wescamp at github.com instead of wescamp-i18n at berlios.de.
- Python (2.5 or above should work)
- Ssh keys so that git push doesn't require a password prompt
- Administrator rights on github.com/wescamp (for creating new repositories)
Like the svn invocation, with git, a directory per "version branch" is required. Unlike the svn version, you can't simply check out a single directory to do this. The -U switch can make the requisite checkouts as a side-effect.
Invocation (for -u and -U) is the same as with svn, with the following differences:
- The -g/--git switch is required
- The -G/--github-login (with argument in the form of USER:PASSWORD) is required an upload would create a new repository on github. This is because a json API is used to create the new repository.
./data/tools/wesnoth/wescamp.py -scampaigns.wesnoth.org -p15002 -w/tmp/wescamp-upload/1.10/ -u Invasion_from_the_Unknown -g
In this case a checkout of the Invasion_from_the_Unknown-1.10 repository already exists in /tmp/wescamp-upload/1.10/Invasion_from_the_Unknown/
./data/tools/wesnoth/wescamp.py -scampaigns.wesnoth.org -p15002 -w/tmp/wescamp-upload/1.10/ -u Era_of_Myths -g -G USER:PASSWORD
In this case the directory /tmp/wescamp-upload/1.10/ exists, but there is no Era_of_Myths directory in it and neither is there an Era_of_Myths-1.10 repository on github.
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