My name is Or and I'm new to this forum so I appologise if my query is trivial or if this is not the right sub forum or category.
I work as a software developer at a company that uses Rosetta, we have a commertial licence. Sometimes, we change the CPP code, for example to add a new mover.
We wish to create an inner github repo of Rosetta to keep track of our own changes.
We have tried to naively creating a local repo and pushing it to gihub, using the source that we download using our commertial license, this method introduces some problems such as handeling very large commits.
I know I can create a script that takes the source code and commits mini baches of it every time, I fear this might break things.
Is there anything easier/safer I can do?
I know that Rosetta's repo is only accessible for academic users, is there a way I can create a fork of the repo for commertial usage?
Thank you kindly!