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Chapter: Teamwork: Merging
Lecture: Setting up the second developer on Windows 10

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0:00 In the previous chapter you saw that we set up this funny web repository. We had set it up also to run locally in PyCharm and
0:11 VS code and we can come down here and click on it and it'll tell us a joke relationship status, I'll leave the relations to the database.
0:18 Thank you very much. So. Great. We're going to continue over here in PyCharm to work on this project
0:23 We're going to maybe add a better way to render HTML than this. However, it's time to introduce you to our other team member.
0:34 We have a new developer over here on our Windows machine. So on our Windows machine, we're going to have another developer who's going to use
0:42 Visual Studio code, who is also a web developer on this project. So what we want to do is we want to have over here in Windows have
0:52 that same person get ahold of this repository and check it out so they can also work on it on their other machines.
1:00 Okay, again, there are many options. We're going to use Visual studio code over here and PyCharm on the Mac and
1:07 I can just come over here and say let's go to source control and I could clone the repository. Put it over here. I could clone it from git hub.
1:15 So that's one way to do it. But let's actually just so we can see more than one tool happening over on Windows Let's also use source tree.
1:24 I'm gonna go over here to source tree again, it works on Mac. Os and Windows and it's great.
1:28 It looks a little bit different on Mac versus Windows but it's all the same here
1:34 I registered my github accounts so it'll actually show all the various repositories and
1:40 if I type it funny I can just come over here and click clone and well let's see where do we want to put this?
1:48 It says you're going to go from git hub here to my account documents. Let's go not so much with this documents thing.
1:57 We have a folder called code and let's go make a new folder in here. Call it git course and then we're gonna clone it into the git course.
2:12 It will create a sub folder called uh Funny web. So we'll select that folder. We do want it to go a little further Funny
2:20 web. There we go. Just like that. We could see the advanced options again, pretty similar as before. Let's clone it here.
2:31 We haven't we've cloned to our local machine again. You can see that you could open it up in the terminal or Windows Explorer and
2:37 you could actually capture the path. Who knows maybe having that will be helpful. Let's go over to visual studio code and just see if we can load it up
2:44 so we don't want to do this anymore. We want to get rid of our don't want to say file, open folder. Paste it in here.
2:55 Selected and look we've got it we've got our code and everything checked out on this machine. Still a little more configuration to do,
3:03 but we're off to a really good start.

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