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  • Jan 20 2015 11:21

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Kayla
@kaykaykay
so i cant sleep
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja

You must learn the, mark down

You should download git
Kayla
@kaykaykay
hello
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja
Do you have git installed ?
Kayla
@kaykaykay
no, what is it before i install it?
i might get crapped on for installing it
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja
Its version control software
Kayla
@kaykaykay
what do you mean version control?
does it allow me to see your screen? allow me to see what you doing? what does it do?
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja
like when you start a project it will usually be version 0.0.1a and then as development moves on it will be 0.0.2a, 0.0.3a ect and git lets you keep track of the changes throughout the development process, so if you break something you can roll back the changes.. and no, it doesn't let let us see eachothers screens but you can keep track of what im doing via git hub and here.. If you look to the right, under activity, you can see all the commits i have made
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja
git clone https://github.com/mystiqueninja/AbnetLogo.git // Clones the github repo
git checkout -b branch name // Creates a new branch
git add . // Adds files to staging area
git commit -m "Commit message(Anything you like)" // Commits changes to repository
git push // Pushes content to remote repositorty
After the git checkout you must make the changes to the READ.md file and then continue with the commands
Kayla
@kaykaykay
HOLY COW, okay i will do it a bit later. just busy trying to get some invoicing done. havent done any since the 24th of December
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja
Ag once you get the hang of git its pretty easy.. Should just watch a 20min intro to it on youtube, will answer all your questions.. I have started using it on a daily basis now, just makes life soo much less hassle
I even use it on spreadsheets and documents.. Lol I even have a git repo for my CV
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja

Yo, I need mo ram :/ dontcha like have a 4gig stick lying around somewhere?

Abnet logo
So he wants this logo, just modify the A? And have you guys decided on a color scheme?

Kayla
@kaykaykay
it would cost more to courier it than what the ram is actually worth
Tyrell Daniel Nelson
@mystiqueninja
var express     = require('express');
var mongoose    = require('mongoose');
var bodyparser  = require('body-parser');
var request     = require('request');
var sys         = require('child_process');
// Compile stylus
sys.exec('stylus -w static/css/style.styl -u autoprefixer-stylus --compress');
sys.exec('coffee --watch --compile --output static/js/src static/js/');

var app = express();

var routes = require('./routes/api.js');

app.use(express.static(__dirname + '/static/'));
app.use(bodyparser.json());
app.use('/api', routes);

app.use(function (req, res, next) {
  res.status(404).send('The page you requested could not be found');
});



mongoose.connect('mongodb://localhost/cars', function (err) {
  if (err) throw err;
  console.log('Connected to database');
  app.listen(3000, function () {
    console.log('Express, listening on port 3000');
  });
});
Sorry, testing syntax highlighting features :clap: Lol why did you ignore the important question