In this post, I will be demonstrating how I have cloned the Aeolus-Cli and Aeolus-Conductor repositories to begin exploring them.
I’m using Fedora 15 as my primary OS while contributing to the projects. You need to have ‘git’ installed before you can clone the repositories. Installing it as simple as running 'sudo yum intall git'.
For the Aeolus-Cli, the git repository link url can be found here. Once you have the link, all that needs to be done is navigate to the directory where you want to clone the repository and run 'git clone <repo link url>'.
You will also find the url to the Aeolus-Conductor git repo at the page mentioned above. Its a similar process cloning that repository as well.
Now that I have both repos cloned on my local system, I can start digging and finding entry-points for new services (which is the first step in my project) and figure how to add new commands to the Cli.
That’s it for this post. Watch out for more in the weeks to come :)