As a test I`ve decided to try Bitbucket instead of GitHub to host PowerPack.
I release WooCommerce Category Checklist Expander today, which as an modification of Category Checklist Expander for WooCommerce.
The files and source code are currently hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/Ramoonus/WooCommerce-Category-Checklist-Expander
Today I`ve started working on my jQuery Updater for WordPress plugin.
First step was linking Subversion and Git, which was a hell
The second step is deciding the workflow: tools and rules. I decided to skip Grunt and Vagrant for now, since the code isn`t going to be rocket science.
I use phpDoc for documenting the PHP code and GitHub as project management (issues, milestones).
This setup will do fine for now!
Making a roadmap, with issues, features and prioritising all that I want before I start working and losing grip on the project.
Starting with cleaning up code followed by creating space for new features. Leaving the hardest bits for the last. Although this isn`t ideal it makes future development a whole lot easier.
The project is located on GitHub at github.com/Ramoonus/jQuery-Updater
First fork WooCommerce to one of your channels through github.com/woothemes/woocommerce/fork_select
Use the GitHub client (for Windows or Mac OS X) to sync with a local directory, or clone your repostitory by hand.
Enter the console in the WooCommerce fork directory and run the following commands to add extra sources:
git remote add upstream git://github.com/woothemes/woocommerce.git
Merge upstream with the current working directory
git fetch upstream
git merge upstream/master
And put it all online:
git push origin master