Updating Staart Native

You should make sure you’re always on the most recent version of Staart Native to stay on top of latest security features. To update Staart Native to the most recent version, use git pull:

git pull git@github.com:staart/native

If you’re using git with HTTP instead of SSH, use this instead:

git pull https://github.com/staart/native

Then, you should resolve your merge request (like the package name), and you should be good to go.

First time updating Staart Native

If you’re using Staart Native from source or GitHub’s “Use this template” feature, you will not have the git history of this project. To update Staart Native, you’ll have to use the --allow-unrelated-histories flag the first time.

git pull git@github.com:staart/native --allow-unrelated-histories