How do I update existing code with new release?

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How to update future release code to existing source code

If you want which file changes are on the latest updated version then you have to manage the git repository by yourself.

Here we have provided steps on how to update existing source code.

For First time: Initial project downloaded from codecanyon server.

Step 1: Create or login with gitlab

Login or register your account with gitlab: https://gitlab.com/users/sign_in

Step 2: Create a new project in GitLab

To create a project in GitLab:

In your dashboard, click the green New project button or use the plus icon in the navigation bar. This opens the New project page.

On the New project page -> Create a blank project.

Step 3: Clone your project to your local system

Once project is created on your gitlab server. You have to clone the project to your local system. You can clone it with the command line.

For ex: git clone “repository path”

Copy your project url and clone into your exiting system

Once successfully clone then system will create a folder on your system

Step 4: Download project from codecanyon server

Step 5: Copy/paste your initial downloaded project to clone directories.

Once successfully downloaded project from codecanyon, copy/paste your downloaded project into clone directories

Note:

Only orignal source code is put here.

Step 6: Commit and push to gitlab server

Onces copy/paste your changes to clone directres, you have to push all files to your gitlab server. For that use the following commands.

Before commit to server directores, you have to remove below folder from your project

  • build
  • .idea
  • .gradle

After That follow below steps

– Goto inside your clone directory project

– Add your all files with “git add .” command

– Now commit your changes with below command

git commit -m ‘initial commit’

Note:

Note: Write your latest version message instead of “initial commit”.

– Push your changes to server with below command

“git push” And provide you gitlab credential details

– Check your all changes to gitlab server

For Update existing code (If Already have old version of project)

NOTE: If you remove the project from the local system then clone the project again from your gitlab server. Follow the same above Step 3: Clone your project to your local system

Steps 1: Download the latest version from codecanyon server.

Once you will received mail for updates. Just download latest code from codecanyon server.

Steps 2: Copy/paste your initial downloaded project to clone directories.

Once successfully downloaded project from codecanyon, copy/paste your downloaded project into clone directories

Note:

Only orignal source code is put here.

Steps 3: Commit and push to gitlab server

Follow same Step 6: Commit and push to gitlab server

Steps 4: Check updated files

After committing your latest changes. Goto gitlab project dashboard and click on commit link.

Click on link which you have commit message on above steps 3

Now check all changed file.

Click on “XX changed file” to see which file has been changed.