I have searched everywhere and tried various solutions but am still getting the error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge i have nothing to commit as status tells me the following: # On branch develop # Your branch is behind ‘origin/develop’ by 1 commit, and can be fast-forwarded. # […]
I have multiple private repos in bitbucket, and sometimes need to grant read/write access to one of them on some server. I can add the public key to my user account, But I dont want that key has access to all of my repos. If I make a deployment key, it has only read access […]
Whenever I try to commit my work, I get this error. fatal: could not parse HEAD What should I do if I want to preserve my changes?
I am trying to clone my repository using ssh from bitbucket but whenever i clone the repository i get: Connection to bitbucket.org closed by remote host.00 KiB/s fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly fatal: early EOF fatal: index-pack failed During cloning repositories of small size it gets cloned but when cloning bigger size repositories […]
I cannot git push to my Bitbucket for some reasons. It used to work but it do not work anymore and I can’t figure why. $ git push ssh://email@example.com:MyUser/MyGit.git conq: invalid repository syntax. fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists. I generated […]
I’m having a difficult time grasping how I can use rebase/revert to accomplish this. I was working on my master branch and after a certain commit my software stopped working. I did not want to loose the changes made at the time and I was pressured on time to reach a milestone so I went […]
I created a project on mean stack (mean.io) using mean init This created a git repo which I want to push into my own private git repo on Bitbucket. I did: git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:my_login/reponame.git git push -u origin –all I’m getting the following error ! [remote rejected] master -> master (shallow update not […]
Ok, hopefully this should be easy for you. I’m new to git, BitBucket and somewhat new to version control too, I’m going to be missing something obvious to you. So here’s what I’ve done: I’ve installed git on my machine and set my globals. Set up a new repo on BitBucket. Then: $ git clone […]
I am trying to push my commits to Bitbucket using the command git push origin master Nothing happens. I am represented with a command prompt, and no error message. When I browse the source online, my code has not been uploaded. git remote show returns “origin” git push –verbose Does not show any additional information. […]
We are using git, bitbucket, and InteliJ IDEA. The project is mainly written in Java and Groovy. Is there a good way to review pull requests right from inteliJ?