I am working my way through the new tutorial put out on library organization by @Rene_Poschl and organizing my libraries according to the “advanced” procedure where you have the official and personal libraries in a writable location on the hard drive so new updates of Kicad don’t overwrite them and I can (theoretically) update the official libraries with git refreshes (or whatever it’s called in git lingo…).
I’m a noob with git as well as KiCad but did manage to download the git desktop onto my computer and I “think” it’s set up to refresh properly.
If there’s a simple git tutorial for people like me that are only interested in refreshing the kicad libraries (and DIgikey ones too when I get that set up) I’d much appreciate a link to one, or at least some general guidelines. Any of my search results seem to be far more advanced and assume I am writing software and doing all sorts of version control stuff with it. I just want the bare bones, “keep Kicad libraries up to date” stuff.
Maybe this is a good future tutorial for Rene to add to his excellent tutorial series on Kiad?