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Keep normalize.css up to date

I am studying the PHP course, and stumbled upon the normalize.css included in the css code and am very interested in using it in my projects. I am trying to set up a workflow that will use the toolset Git, Tower, Github and Beanstalk to modify and publish websites. I have only basic experience with Github to download code, and my question is this: How can I link to the http://necolas.github.io/normalize.css/ repository so that I will be notified in Tower when any changes have been made to this repo? My goal is to be able to review the modifications and push the updates out to my sites using Beanstalk. I just don't know how to establish a link to the repo.

2 Answers

You can add it to Tower just like any other repository -- the github page has the read-only link for following the progress of the gem.

Honestly you probably don't need to do more than release every time a version changes. It may be easiest just to follow the repository on github and update when a new minor/point release comes out.

I did figure out how to set up Tower so that it will be run when I click on "Clone to Desktop" on Github.com, and it set up the clone painlessly. Unless I am mistaken, Tower should flag it whenever a change is pushed to the Github repo. If I am wrong about, please let me know.