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cs-236:lectures [2016/08/30 09:12]
egm [Sections 3 and 4]
cs-236:lectures [2019/05/07 16:36]
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 == Sections 3 and 4 == == Sections 3 and 4 ==
-Lecture topics not covered in the book may be found in [http://git.or.czGIT] repository which you are welcome to clone.  ​The repository ​is located on the [http://​cs.byu.edu/​help CS Open Lab] '''/​users/​faculty/​egm/​public-git/​cs236/​lectures.git'''​. ​ Please note you can also use the path '''​ssh://<​user>​@schizo.cs.byu.edu/​~egm/​public-git/​cs236/​lectures.git''' ​ You must use [http://​git.or.cz/​ GIT] to clone the repository ​to get the lectures as well as updates and revisions through the course of the semester. ​ Below is an example of the [http://​git.or.cz/​ GIT] clone. In the example, the user name is '''​cs236ta''',​ when you clone the repository, ​you will need to replace '''​cs236ta'''​ with your username on the CS system.+Lecture topics not covered in the book may be found in the [https://bitbucket.org/​byucs236/​lecture-notes/​src/​master/] repository which you are welcome to clone.  ​Here is the command ​to clone the lecture notes to your local machine if you do not want to use the web-interface:​
- $ git clone ssh://​cs236ta@schizo.cs.byu.edu/​~egm/public-git/​cs236/​lectures.git + $ git clone git@bitbucket.org:​byucs236/lecture-notes.git 
- ​Initialized empty Git repository in /​users/​home2/​cs236ta/​tmp/​lectures/.git/ + ​Initialized empty Git repository in .../.git/
- ​cs236ta@cs.byu.edu'​s password: ​+
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-Again, please note that '''​cs236ta'''​ should be your username. The above is only an example. ​ Also, some version of [http://​git.or.cz/​ GIT] do not like the '''​~'''​-expansion so you might need to include the full path after the '''":"'''​ character.  ​ 
-If you are are using your open lab account and cloning into your open lab account, then you do not need the ssh directive and username; the path is just: ''​~egm/​public-git/​cs236/​lectures.git''​ 
 ==Fall 2016== ==Fall 2016==
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