- The languages start-point page holds the choices where you select your language (eg C#) and test-framework (eg NUnit).
- The default languages start-point page is called languages.
- languages is created from the cyber-dojo-languages github repo which contains manifest.json files.
- The exercises start-point page holds the choices where you select your exercise (eg Fizz Buzz).
- The default exercises start-point page is called exercises
- exercises is created from the cyber-dojo-exercises github repo which contains instructions text files.
- The custom start-point page holds the choices displayed when you switch to custom choices.
- The default custom start-point is called custom
- custom is created from the cyber-dojo-custom github repo which contains manifest.json files.
creating a new default start-pointTo use a different default start-point simply bring down the server, delete the one you wish to replace, create a new one with that name, and bring the server back up. For example, to create a new languages start-point:
$ ./cyber-dojo down $ ./cyber-dojo start-point rm languages $ ./cyber-dojo start-point create languages --dir=... $ ./cyber-dojo up
$ ./cyber-dojo start-point ...Start-points are controlled using the start-point command of the cyber-dojo script.
$ ./cyber-dojo start-point Use: cyber-dojo start-point [COMMAND] Manage cyber-dojo start-points Commands: create Creates a new start-point rm Removes a start-point ls Lists the names of all start-points inspect Displays details of a start-point pull Pulls all the images named inside a start-point Run 'cyber-dojo start-point COMMAND --help' for more information on a command
$ ./cyber-dojo start-point ls NAME TYPE SRC custom custom https://github.com/cyber-dojo/start-points-custom.git exercises exercises https://github.com/cyber-dojo/start-points-exercises.git languages languages https://github.com/cyber-dojo/start-points-languages.git
$ ./cyber-dojo start-point create Use: cyber-dojo start-point create NAME --git=URL Use: cyber-dojo start-point create NAME --dir=PATH Creates a start-point named NAME from a git clone of URL Creates a start-point named NAME from a copy of PATH