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Ruby

Creating an Authentication: Git Pull Latest Code

I skipped the 2 other lessons above Creating an Authentication. I'm now beginning Pulling the Latest Code.
http://teamtreehouse.com/library/programming/build-a-simple-ruby-on-rails-application/creating-an-authentication-system

Is there a way to obtain the code without make a pull request? I didn't create a project and am just starting with this Chapter: Creating an Authentication in Ruby.

1 Answer

Sandra Weber
Sandra Weber
1,531 Points

Hi K G,

To get the code for the Authentication project, there's a download link on the "Pulling the Latest Code" video page (on the right, below the video, labeled "Project Files"). Since you skipped the other sections and don't have a project or a Git repository, the video isn't going to make much sense. If you already have a project in a Git repository, the video just explains that the way to get the latest code, if someone else has been making changes, is "git pull".

Hope this helps!