I am working on a github hosted project. For testing reasons, I have to move my computer date to somewhere in the future (2012) and forgot to bring it back to normal time when doing a git commit / push. The actual commit is now actually saved as 2012 instead of 2010 and it’s screwing […]
I’m newbie to gerrit: http://code.google.com/p/gerrit/ I installed it with git on my local Mac. It’s done. I make some test action: register 2 accounts, the first accounts grant the “Administrators” privilege, the second account grant the “Registered Users” create new project I use the second account to push an commit to master branch for review. […]
Possible Duplicate: How can I remove a commit on github? How to delete a 'git commit' So I’m trying to remove a commit from github. It is 3 commits ago and I’m ok if all the changes are lost. So based on questions from here, I did a git reset –hard <sha-commit-name-to-go-back-to> git push -f […]
I need to export to an archive a set of commits in a git repository. How do I do this? Using svn, I could choose commits and export to zip.
I am using EGits with Eclipse and running into some issues. I have one change from head; I have made one new class. When I right click on this class and click “push”, the following dialog shows and I cannot get past it : Anyway, I need to push this file because I can’t commit […]
When I use git log to check out my commit explanatory note like 1. what I changed 2. blank line 3. why I changed it in 3 lines not like 1. what i changed 2. blank line 3. why i changed just in 1 line.
How do I list all the files that I committed to a specific branch? I’ve committed about 40+ files to a branch, and I need to find the file names because I am trying to debug something, hard to do when I don’t remember the file names. git log only gives me a long list […]
In GIT, I have two branches and two commits: A(master)—B(branch “topic”) the HEAD of the branch ‘master’ is commit A the HEAD of the branch ‘topic’ is commit B commit A is the parent of commit B I would like to create a merge commit C in the “topic” branch (it would have A and […]
I’m trying to find a Git Commit Monitor for Windows. Does anyone know whether one exists? Ideally it would essentially monitor the log and notify when a new commit has occurred.
I’m wondering if it is possible to build git commit messages incrementally, documenting what I’m doing as I make code changes: Check out and begin work Enter commit message title (i.e. summary) Make a code change Update my commit message to describe change Repeat 3 and 4 until commit is ready Is there any mechanism […]