Once you grant us access, Github will redirect you to back to FifthTry.com, where you will find the repositories you have granted us access to.
You Are Back to FifthTry.com
The way continuous documentation, cDoc, works right now is by storing your
code in one Github repository, and storing the documentation of that code in
another Github repository. Learn more about our doc in git workflow.
You have to “connect” your code and doc repository next. You can locate your
repository using search if you have too many repos:
Find Your Awesome Repo
Find every code repository on FifthTry you want to use cDoc on, and click on Connect button:
Click 5: Connect Your Code Repo with You Doc Repo
You will now have to chose if the repo you are trying to connect is code repo or a documentation repo:
Click 6: Chose If This Is Code Or Doc Repo
Once you have decided if its code or doc repo, you have to select among your other repos which is the corresponding doc or code repo. We currently only support one to one mapping between code and doc repo.
Click 7: Chose If Corresponding Repo
And that’s it! You have activated cDoc on your repo.