Well, now that we've
pulled in some changes,
we're ready to make some changes of our own! Let's dig into that
repo and see what all we have.
Double-click the bk_demo_copy folder.|
Hmm. Some files with big green buttons on them and a subdirectory.
Ok, so the files with the big green buttons on them are files that are
under BitKeeper control. The green icon with a minus sign is showing
us that these files are checked out in read-only mode. Let's go look
in that e2fsck subdirectory and see what's in there.
Double-click the e2fsck folder.|
You can see that the files in this directory are also marked with the green
minus icon, telling us they are marked read-only, so the first thing we want
to do is mark the files for editing so that we can start making some changes.
Right-click on the white background of your Explorer window.|
Click BK Edit Files...
If no files are selected, this action means to checkout all of the files
in the current directory for editing. Now our directory should look like this:
Ok! The green check marks say that these files can be edited, so we're
ready to make some code changes! If you want to learn more about why we
need to checkout files for editing, see the note on
checkout modes for extra credit.
Modifying and creating files in a repo