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Scala (and python)
You can get the main git repository with
git clone --recursive firstname.lastname@example.org:nomad-lab/nomad-lab-base.git
the metadata description repository is at
git clone email@example.com:nomad-lab/nomad-meta-info.git
The main git repository (nomad-lab-base) contains submodules (nomad-meta-info etc.), hence the --recursive option is required during clone. If you clone the main git repository without the --recursive option, then you can initialize the submodules with
git submodule update --init
This command initializes your local configuration file and then fetches the submodule. More information on submodule can be found on Git Tools: Submodules
You may use https instead of ssh:
git clone --recursive https://gitlab.mpcdf.mpg.de/nomad-lab/nomad-lab-base.git
You may not have authorization to directly push your changes to the git repositories. In this case to contribute to the project you can
- Fork the desired repository.
- Commit and Push changes to the forked repository.
- Create a merge request.
The merge request in GitLab is same as the pull request in GitHub or Bitbucket. More information on the merge request can be found at GitLab workflow and GitHub pull request. For example, to create a merge request, go to the forked repository and create a merge request to using the "new merge request" option. This option is available in "+" next to the repository git/https url.