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Issue Tracker and wiki

DylanDylan Admin Mod
edited November 2011 in General Posts: 121

We have decided to use Bit Bucket for Codea's issue tracker.

You can access it here:
https://bitbucket.org/TwoLivesLeft/codea/issues

Please fill it in with any bugs you find! We will also accept feature requests through the issue tracker, so put them there as well!

There is also a public wiki here:
https://bitbucket.org/TwoLivesLeft/codea/wiki/Home

You can edit this if you feel like contributing.

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  • Posts: 2,161

    For a feature request, I used the type "enhancements". Hope that was right.

  • DylanDylan Admin Mod
    Posts: 121

    Yep. We will figure it out :-)

  • BortelsBortels Mod
    Posts: 1,557

    Just so I know I'm not missing something - a wiki where to edit it you clone it in it's entirety, edit it locally, and then do a git push? Really?

    It strikes me there's a really high barrier to entry there for most normal people.

    This might be a reasonable thing to do for a mostly read-only documentation publishing system - not something collaborative like a wiki. My 2 cents.

  • Posts: 2,161

    You can edit it directly in the browser (I just did).

  • BortelsBortels Mod
    Posts: 1,557

    Did you log in? I have not yet made a bitbucket account, and there's no edit button or link. I'll try making an account.

  • BortelsBortels Mod
    Posts: 1,557

    yep. that was it. sigh.

  • BortelsBortels Mod
    Posts: 1,557

    That's better. Added "OtherResources", with links to the Lua 5.1 manual and Programming in Lua, as a 'get my feet wet' exercise.

  • DylanDylan Admin Mod
    Posts: 121

    Cheers for adding to the wiki! I enabled it on a whim. Good to see people use it.

  • SimeonSimeon Admin Mod
    Posts: 5,695

    Moved into FAQ

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