If you host your project on github, follow the instructions below to setup a post receive hook.
You can test it out by selecting 'WebHook URLs' again and choosing 'Test Hook'. Or you can try pushing a commit to your repository.
If you host your project on bitbucket, follow the instructions below to setup a post receive hook.
You can test it out by pushing a commit to your repository.
Points are awarded to the committer, the project, and optionally to the location the user has specified in his/her profile.
You should use your local time to 'start' at midnight on the first day of the month, and 'end' at midnight on the last day of the month. You can refer to this handy chart:
|Julython||July 1st||July 31st|
|J(an)ulython||January 1st||January 31st|
Be sure to edit your profile and add the email you use to commit with. Here is how you check the default in git and mercurial.
Check the existing setting:
git config --global user.email
Set a new value:
git config --global user.email "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Fix the email address used for the last commit:
git commit --amend --author="Me <email@example.com>"
To set the username Mercurial will use for commits, edit the configuration in .hgrc (or Mercurial.ini on Windows) and adding lines like the following:
[ui] username = Julython Joe <firstname.lastname@example.org>