In this thread on Stackoverflow you’ll find an easy method to pull new/updated code from an original repository to your local fork: After adding the upstream you only have to run the merge or rebase command now and then – whenever you know or suppose that the code was updated.
Perhaps you have noticed the links to Github here and there on “The Howto”. The Github is a repository for code – and for keeping track of your versions of the code. So on Github you can follow your own development. Github is sort of social media for coders. Setting up your own repository is…