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This handler requires that you are running at least Kinetic Task 2.0.
Getting your GitHub access_token API access token
1.) Go to the settings page of the desired organization you wish to publish a repository to. You must have an exiting organization created within GitHub.
2.) Under the 'OAuth applications' section, select the app you wish to use to publish a repository to or create a new one. Pay carful attention to the callback URL you select, as this callback URL will be where the access_token will be sent.
3.) If you do not have a hosted URL that you can receive the access_token at, you can simply use an app such as Postman (https://www.getpostman.com/) to receive the access token in a callback using the Client ID and Client Secret found in the OAuth Application's general page on GitHub.com.
4.) Once you have a means to receive a callback from GitHub's API, such as postman, you may make the request using the client ID and client secret.
5.) Once you request the access_token from github, you will receive the access_token necessary for making all API calls concerning this specific organization's OAuth Application that you have create.
This API token essentially is a password for the user. The user can delete this token at any time in their GitHub settings/applications to revoke access of any applications using it.
|Name||Name of the repository that you wish to create.|
|Description||The description of the repository you are creating|
|Description||This is an Acme Application created by...|
This handler returns no results.
No exceptions will be raised for cases such as mispelled organization names or invalid repositories.