I am currently trying to update a submodule’s commit id automatically when another project has certain files changed. I have a .net webhook and I’m using the octokit.net library. I can see in the github documentation (https://developer.github.com/v3/git/trees/#create-a-tree) there is a submodule option when creating a new tree that allows you to add a commit and […]
I am attempting to write a simple program that calls git checkout — . on a Github repo that would be a command line argument. I would like to call it like > clearRepo repoName. I keep all my repos in the same Github directory. The code is as follows: #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include […]
When I create a solution, one machine setting up all needed references and then transfer to another machine the references show as missing with a yellow triangle. I have looked in the .csproj file for the paths and they are relative and seem to be pointing in the exact correct location. However, if I click […]
In my small c++/qt project I have some text files that need be updated from server. User (client) can change these files, but if any new version is on a server, software should update these files and merge both new changes from server and client’s local changes. Resolving of conflicts must be always ‘theirs'(i.e. on […]
One of the problem I faced when using branches in GIT was that it was very easy when switching branches to cause visual studio 2005 to cause a complete rebuild of the source because of the time/date being changed when switching branches. My typical layout is this. svn/remote master test When switch between either the […]
I am using git (Git Sharp) in a C# application. Now I want to use Git-Media in C#. Are there any tools available which will allow me to use Git-Media in C# applications?
Hey guys I’ve initially posted this both in superuser as well as programmers but I haven’t gotten any replies yet, and someone suggested here, so I thought I’ll ask it again here: I’m currently using XCode 3.2, and I am already working on my existing project using the terminal and vim. Files/folders that already exists […]
I am using visual studio for C++ and I have forked a repo and during building,git tracked this huge file of 101MB which resides in src/.vs/v15/ipch Now the problem is I cannot push any of my changes to the origin as GitHub’s size limit is 100MB. I committed 4-5 changes after this and cannot push […]
I am wondering if it is possible to connect to a git server that is hosted on another server (running Linux) through a C# ASP.NET application. I am only looking for reading capabilities to be able to display information of that git repository in the ASP.NET application.
I’ve been trying to change the working directory using libgit2sharp and so far I haven’t worked out how to do it. Checkout doesn’t appear to do it, Reset is available but ResetOptions.Hard is not. Has it not been implemented or is there a way that I’m missing? Thanks for any help!