Option 1: Langrange-cli

Lagrange-cli is a distributed version control tool, which means that a local clone of the project is a complete version control space in IPFS.

How to use

1. Copy Space Link: After creating your space on Lagrange, copy the link. It will look like this: https://lagrangedao.org/<type>/<wallet_address>/<name>.

2. Clone Your Space: Open your terminal and run the following command to clone your space repository:

lag clone <space_link>

Replace <space_link> with the link, you copied in Step 1.

3. Navigate to Folder: Change your directory to the folder created during the clone. Its name matches your space's name:

cd <space_name>

4. Add Code Files: Copy your code files and paste them into the folder (same as your space's name).

5. Add and Commit Files: Inside the cloned repository, add the code files you want to commit:

lag add file1 file2 file3 ...

To add all files in the current directory and subdirectories:

lag add .

Commit the added files with a descriptive message:

lag commit -m "commit message"

6.Configure API Token:

You will be prompted to set your API token. Go to your Lagrange Profile→Settings→Access Tokens, and get your access token.

In your terminal, use the following command to set your API token:

lag config --api-token <your_access_token>

Replace <your_access_token> with the token you obtained in the previous step.

7. Push Changes to Space: Push your committed changes to your Space using:

lag push <space_link>

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