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README.md

Graph & Algorithm project — INSA Toulouse

How to start?

You will not be able to use this repository to save your work, you need to copy / import / fork it to your favorite Git platform.

Importing to Github, Bitbucket or Gitlab:

You first need to register and then log in to the platform you want. The steps to import the project are detailed below:

Github

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click the ”+” icon, then click Import repository, or go to https://github.com/new/import.
  2. Paste the following URL in the first input: https://gitea.typename.fr/INSA/be-graphes.git
  3. Choose the name you want for the repository.
  4. Click Begin import.
  5. Wait for completion… Done!

Bitbucket

  1. On the left panel of any page, click the ”+” icon, then Repository, and then Import, or directly go to https://bitbucket.org/repo/import.
  2. Paste the following URL in the first input (select Git as source if not already selected): https://gitea.typename.fr/INSA/be-graphes.git
  3. Choose the name you want for repository, and select Git as the Version control system.
  4. Click Import repository.
  5. Wait for completion… Done!

Gitlab

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click the ”+” icon, then New project, or directly go to https://gitlab.com/projects/new.
  2. Select the Import project tab, and then click Repo by URL (right-most option).
  3. Paste the following URL in the first input: https://gitea.typename.fr/INSA/be-graphes.git
  4. Choose the name you want for the repository.
  5. Click Create project.
  6. Wait for completion… Done!

Importing to another repository provider [not recommended]:

  1. Create a new empty repository (no README, no LICENSE) on your provider. Let’s assume the URL of your repository is $URL_REPOSITORY.
  2. Clone this repository somewhere:

    git clone https://gitea.typename.fr/INSA/be-graphes.git
    
  3. Go inside the newly cloned repository and update the remote:

    cd be-graphes
    git remote set-url origin $URL_REPOSITORY
    
  4. Push to your repository:

    push -u origin master
    

Another way is to do a bare clone and then mirror it to your repository: https://help.github.com/articles/importing-a-git-repository-using-the-command-line/