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Warning: Can't synchronize with repository "(default)" (Unsupported version control system "git": Can't find an appropriate component, maybe the corresponding plugin was not enabled? ). Look in the Trac log for more information.

Version 3 (modified by sebastian, 7 years ago) (diff)

Add single line command for git

Currently GIT is the best method to keep your phTagr up-to-date!

The following instructions assume that you have installed phTagr via git and you are using at least version 2.2 of phtagr (later than 2012-06-29).

Execute following commands in your phtagr directory

$ git stash
$ git pull --rebase
$ git submodule update --init --recursive
$ git stash pop

Alternatively, you can call it chained in a single line (update of modules should be rare)

$ git stash && git pull --rebase && git stash pop

Git mentions if anything goes wrong. Mainly if your changes could not be merged to the current code base.

From time to time your database schema needs an update as well. Therefore, goto Dashboard -> System -> Database Upgrade and run the update if required.

Note: The database update function should be tested well but it is always a good behaviour to create a backup of your files before your run an update.