Git push is getting rejected with the following error message: expected committer email ” but found ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ I have already tried: setting use properties in .gitconfig file. trying git push making different clones of same repository. setting up whole system all together after formatting it. But none has worked. What else can I do to […]
I need a way to quickly move to the previous and next commit in a git branch. For the previous I found that I can do: git reset –hard HEAD~1 And probably alias that in a git prev or something, but I can’t find out how to move “up” to the next commit. And ideal […]
My problem: cygwin git doesn’t seem to correctly prompt for credentials when using https:// URLs, so I used username and password in the URL. Unfortunately when I did a “get pull” it auto-commited a message with the full URL including password. I didn’t notice this until after I had pushed the changes. How do I […]
I’m using the following Git command in order to create a new remote branch: git push origin origin:refs/heads/new_branch_name I wish that the new branch will start from an old commit, How can I do that? (I’ve tried some different methods, though failed) Thank you.
On GitHub: Eve writes some code in her fork of some popular project, commits as “Eve” <email@example.com>, and sends a pull request upstream. Alice doesn’t notice that Eve’s code contains a backdoor to the popular project that she works on, thinks the code is great, and merges the pull request. Later, everyone gets owned. Bob, […]
Is there a way to get git to list all the tags that were added in between two commits? That is, only show me the tags that appear between point A and point B.
As I am running out of my space on GitHub on my free account (yes, I am considering upgrading), I am setting up new git repositories on Gitorious (see also GitHub vs Gitorious). One great feature of GitHub is the post-commit hooks, that allow me to notify the (also great) CIA network… However, I have […]
I have Rake build script for my CI process running under TeamCity@windows. One of the steps that the script does is to commit some changes to remote repository (this repository represents real production environment on my shared hosting. It has only ftp access, so I map this location as a windows drive) Part of ruby […]
I used clone to create a local copy of my repository on GitHub. I modified a few files. Then I did: git commit -a And now I want to save my committed changes to the GitHub repository. How can I do that?
Say the current log in my gerrit looks like the following: commit10 (master) commit9 commit8 commit7 commit6 v1.72.0 commit5 commit4 v1.71.0 commit3 commit2 commit1 My goal is to create a new tag (v1.73.0) that should contain commit8 and commit9 and push it to origin. I was told to create a new local branch based on […]