This page shows you how to clone your forked repository to your local computer.
First you need to create a folder on your local computer where you want the wiki to be cloned to.
Then you need to open either your command prompt or git bash in that folder.
I’m going to use git Bash but the same procedure should work for the CMD as well.
To open git bash just navigate to the folder and click with the right mouse key:
Cloning your fork
After you have opened git Bash in the folder, you need to get the repo url.
You can find this url when checking your fork on GitHub:
You need to use that URL. We will be using HTTPS for the cloning, if you know how to set up SSH you probably don’t need this guide.
You can also click on the button to copy the string to your clipboard.
Now you need to run the command
git clone <repo-Url>:
Now you should have a new folder named
Crafttweaker-Documentation in your directory.
Let’s navigate to it and issue a
How to continue
Now that you have a local clone of the wiki you can start creating and editing files and eventually create a commit.