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GitHub Actions / Build and test /

Building and testing Xamarin applications

Xamarin SDK versions on the GitHub Actions-hosted macOS runners, see the README file for the version of macOS you want to use in the GitHub Actions Runner

GitHub Issues / Issues /

Planning and tracking work for your team or project

can create a README.md file for your repository to introduce your team or project and communicate important information about it. A README is often the

GitHub Actions / Publish packages /

Publishing Docker images

"[Usage](https://github.com/docker/build-push-action#usage)" in the README of the `docker/build-push-action` repository. # It uses the `tags` and `labels`

Migrations / Import source code / Command line /

Importing a Mercurial repository

on GitHub.com. To avoid errors, do not initialize the new repository with README, license, or gitignore files. You can add these files after your project

Contribute to GitHub Docs / Writing for GitHub Docs /

Creating tool switchers in articles

property in the article's frontmatter. For more information, see the content README. You can also link to an article with a specific tool selected by adding

Contribute to GitHub Docs / Writing for GitHub Docs /

Configuring redirects

/content/get-started/all-about-commits See redirect_from in the GitHub Docs README file for more details. Automatic redirects for URLs that do not include

Pull requests / Collaborate with pull requests / Code quality features /

About status checks

empty lines followed by skip-checks: true: $ git commit -m "Update README > > skip-checks: true" To request checks for a commit, type your

Codespaces / Setting your user preferences /

Setting your default editor for GitHub Codespaces

option "installJupyterlab": true. For more information, see the README for the python feature, in the devcontainers/features repository. Further

Codespaces / Developing in a codespace /

Opening an existing codespace

option "installJupyterlab": true. For more information, see the README for the python feature, in the devcontainers/features repository. Linking

Repositories / Create & manage repositories /

Creating a new repository

conflicts." You can create a README, which is a document describing your project. For more information, see "About READMEs." You can create a .gitignore