Create a repo

To put your project up on GitHub, you'll need to create a repository for it to live in.

Create a repository

You can store a variety of projects in GitHub Enterprise Server repositories, including innersource projects. With innersource, you can share code to make better, more reliable software. For more information on innersource, see GitHub's white paper "An introduction to innersource."

  1. En la esquina superior derecha de cualquier página, utiliza el menú desplegable y selecciona Repositorio Nuevo. Menú desplegable con opción para crear un repositorio nuevo
  2. Type a short, memorable name for your repository. For example, "hello-world". Field for entering a repository name
  3. Optionally, add a description of your repository. For example, "My first repository on GitHub Enterprise Server." Field for entering a repository description
  4. Elige la visibilidad del repositorio. Para obtener más información, consulta la sección "Acerca de los repositorios". Botones radiales para seleccionar la visibilidad del repositorio
  5. Selecciona Inicializar este repositiro con un README. Inicializar este repositorio con una casilla de verificación README
  6. Haz clic en Crear repositorio. Botón para crear un repositorio

Congratulations! You've successfully created your first repository, and initialized it with a README file.

Para aprender más sobre el CLI de GitHub, consulta la sección "Acerca del CLI de GitHub".

  1. In the command line, navigate to the directory where you would like to create a local clone of your new project.
  2. To create a repository for your project, use the gh repo create subcommand. When prompted, select Create a new repository on GitHub from scratch and enter the name of your new project. If you want your project to belong to an organization instead of to your user account, specify the organization name and project name with organization-name/project-name.
  3. Follow the interactive prompts. To clone the repository locally, confirm yes when asked if you would like to clone the remote project directory.
  4. Alternatively, to skip the prompts supply the repository name and a visibility flag (--public, --private, or --internal). For example, gh repo create project-name --public. To clone the repository locally, pass the --clone flag. For more information about possible arguments, see the GitHub CLI manual.

Commit your first change

A commit is like a snapshot of all the files in your project at a particular point in time.

When you created your new repository, you initialized it with a README file. README files are a great place to describe your project in more detail, or add some documentation such as how to install or use your project. The contents of your README file are automatically shown on the front page of your repository.

Let's commit a change to the README file.

  1. In your repository's list of files, click README.md. README file in file list
  2. Above the file's content, click .
  3. On the Edit file tab, type some information about yourself. New content in file
  4. Arriba del contenido nuevo, da clic en Previsualizar cambios. Botón para previsualizar archivo
  5. Review the changes you made to the file. You'll see the new content in green. File preview view
  6. En la parte inferior de la página, teclea un mensaje de confirmación corto y significativo que describa el cambio que realizaste al archivo. Puedes atribuir el cambio a mas de un autor en el mensaje del mismo. Para obtener más información, consulta "Crear una confirmación con co-autores múltiples". Mensaje de confirmación de tu cambio
  7. Debajo de los campos del mensaje de confirmación, decide si deseas agregar tu confirmación a la rama actual o a una rama nueva. Si tu rama actual es la rama predeterminada, debes elegir crear una nueva rama para tu confirmación y después crear una solicitud de extracción. Para obtener más información, consulta "Crear una solicitud de extracción nueva". Confirmar opciones de rama
  8. Haz clic en Proponer cambio en el archivo. Botón para proponer cambio de archivo

Now that you have created a project, you can start committing changes.

README files are a great place to describe your project in more detail, or add some documentation such as how to install or use your project. The contents of your README file are automatically shown on the front page of your repository. Follow these steps to add a README file.

  1. In the command line, navigate to the root directory of your new project. (This directory was created when you ran the gh repo create command.)

  2. Create a README file with some information about the project.

    echo "info about this project" >> README.md
  3. Enter git status. You will see that you have an untracked README.md file.

    $ git status
    
    Untracked files:
      (use "git add ..." to include in what will be committed)
      README.md
    
    nothing added to commit but untracked files present (use "git add" to track)
  4. Stage and commit the file.

    git add README.md && git commit -m "Add README"
  5. Push the changes to your branch.

    git push --set-upstream origin HEAD

Celebrate

Congratulations! You have now created a repository, including a README file, and created your first commit on tu instancia de GitHub Enterprise Server.

You can now clone a GitHub repository to create a local copy on your computer. From your local repository you can commit, and create a pull request to update the changes in the upstream repository. For more information, see "Cloning a repository" and "Set up Git."

You can find interesting projects and repositories on GitHub and make changes to them by creating a fork of the repository. For more information see, "Fork a repository."

Each repository in GitHub is owned by a person or an organization. You can interact with the people, repositories, and organizations by connecting and following them on GitHub. For more information see "Be social."

GitHub tiene una excelente comunidad de soporte en donde puedes pedir ayuda y hablar con las personas de todo el mundo. Únete a la conversación en la Comunidad de soporte de GitHub.

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