Create GIT Repository
Follow the steps below to create a GIT Repository for your test project.
downloaded and installed on your machine. Please ensure this is completed prior to following these steps.
Note: this page assumes you have
Step 1: Launch Github Desktop and click on the ‘+’ icon.
Step 2: Choose the ‘Create’ option. Enter a ‘Name’ and ‘Local Path’ to create the local repository, then click ‘Create Repository’:
Step 3: Go to the local path specified above and replace the .gitignore file with this file. Make sure that you name the file as .gitignore, removing the *, after downloading it.
The following files should NOT be committed to the repository:
||How to recreate
|.metadata and */ProvarANT/* folder
||Contains Cached Org Information and Logfiles
||Provar will recreate this folder when it does not exist
||Contains all compiled java classes
||Provar will re-compile all java classes contained in the src folder
||By default Provar test reports are added to the project directory, you may not want these added to Version Control
||Run the test case again
Step 4: Go back to Github Desktop and Click the ‘Publish’ button. You may need to provide a Username and Password.
Step 5: Provide a Description and select the repository. If you want to use a private repository, select the ‘Private Repository’ checkbox. Click ‘Publish’ at the bottom.
Step 6: Launch Provar and specify your workspace as the local path defined in Step 2. Create a new Project.
Step 7: Go to the Project in Github Desktop. Enter a comment and Commit to Master:
Step 8: Click on Sync:
With everything now on your Github repository, you can start working on your Provar Project. Remember to commit your changes on a nightly basis (Steps 7 and 8) to back up your changes.