When you clone a dDrive, you're creating a copy which is ultimately attached to its parent drive. Cloning is useful during development flows, considering it creates a clone which tracks back to its origin. You can easily compare and merge with the original dDrive.
You may want to clone a dDrive when you want to:
- Remix someone else's work, or
- Work a dDrive without publishing the changes immediately, or
- Work on a dDrive with other people.
To clone a dDrive, click on the
Site Info button on the left side of the address bar. Then click
Tools and then
You will be prompted to choose a label for the
clone. The label is used privately to help you differntiate from the original and other clones. Choose a label and then click
Create clone to finalize the process.
You can make an independent copy of a dDrive (not attached to its parent) by simply going to the
When visiting a clone, you will see the clone label in the
Site Info button of the address bar. To view all clones of a site, click on the
Site Info button and click on the
From the Site Info panel, you can see a list of available clones. You can navigate between them and the original, delete them, and create new clones.
You can view the forks of a dDrive in
My dDrives by clicking on the fork number in the listing.