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== Quick Edit ==
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== Quick Edit without preview ==
The eTrice website is located in a git repository, thus for quick editing without local preview you can
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The eTrice website is located in this git repository [http://git.eclipse.org/c/www.eclipse.org/etrice.git/ www.eclipse.org/etrice.git].
# clone git repository from ssh://CommitterUserName@git.eclipse.org/gitroot/www.eclipse.org/etrice.git
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#* auth via private password, EGit has problems, better use other client
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If you have set up the eTrice development via oomph, you can find the sources already in your workspace. Go to the Eclipse project 'etrice' and commit/push your changes.
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Otherwise, you have to clone the repository manually:
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# clone git repository from ssh://<gerrit_user>@git.eclipse.org:29418/www.eclipse.org/etrice.git
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#* auth via ssh same of eTrice eclipse git
 
#* the website is a simple Eclipse project, thus you can import it into your workspace
 
#* the website is a simple Eclipse project, thus you can import it into your workspace
 
# make your changes
 
# make your changes
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== Setup local server (XAMPP) ==
 
== Setup local server (XAMPP) ==
Running etrice site local with XAMPP (windows)
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Run the etrice website locally with XAMPP (windows):
 
* setup XAMMP see [https://wiki.eclipse.org/Configuring_Eclipse_to_Edit_your_eclipse.org_Website Eclipse.org Wiki - Edit Website].
 
* setup XAMMP see [https://wiki.eclipse.org/Configuring_Eclipse_to_Edit_your_eclipse.org_Website Eclipse.org Wiki - Edit Website].
 
* clone etrice website repository into folder named ''etrice''
 
* clone etrice website repository into folder named ''etrice''

Latest revision as of 11:13, 12 November 2018

Quick Edit without preview

The eTrice website is located in this git repository www.eclipse.org/etrice.git.

If you have set up the eTrice development via oomph, you can find the sources already in your workspace. Go to the Eclipse project 'etrice' and commit/push your changes.

Otherwise, you have to clone the repository manually:

  1. clone git repository from ssh://<gerrit_user>@git.eclipse.org:29418/www.eclipse.org/etrice.git
    • auth via ssh same of eTrice eclipse git
    • the website is a simple Eclipse project, thus you can import it into your workspace
  2. make your changes
  3. committers can push, the changes will go live within a minute
    • contributors can provide a patch with their changes

Setup local server (XAMPP)

Run the etrice website locally with XAMPP (windows):

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