I can do everything else I need but with the GUI I cannot seem to figure out how to pull or push code. Pushing is more important in this case, anyone know how?
So I have a project which has the client parts and the server parts. I would like the client and the server code to be in different Git repositories for clear separation of the code, however, they share some of the files and ideally, the shared files will always be identical in both client and […]
I am using Git Bash and trying a few things like making a ‘commit’ and ‘push’ in github. I want to get out of the current directory (C:\user\myUsername\app) and land in the “C:\user\myUsername” folder. what commands do I write in Git Bash? I am using git for the first time.
Here’s the situation. I’m working on the master branch. I create file1 and commit. I create file2 and commit. Whoops. I may want to use file2, someday, but it’s definitely not something that should be put in the master branch. So that I don’t lose file2 I use git checkout head~1 git branch new-branch git […]
I’ve just run git gc on my local repository to do some regular clean-up. Today for the first time, it failed. Here’s what I’ve done: (Windows 7) C:\Source\TxTranslation>git gc Counting objects: 880, done. Delta compression using up to 8 threads. Compressing objects: 100% (540/540), done. Writing objects: 100% (880/880), done. Total 880 (delta 504), reused […]
I’m trying to automate deployment of application using fabric. The application code is hosted on GitHub and rolling out a new version is very straightforward – just do ‘git pull’ and that’s it. The application is hosted on 100 servers, so I would like to automate deployment. Fabfile.py: def deploy(): code_path = ‘/home/myuser/myapp’ with cd(code_path): […]
Using Eclipse/EGit how do I edit a commit message of a commit I’ve made locally, but haven’t pushed to the repository yet?
I have imported from SVN into Git, now I have one big branch, like this: work on feature C work on feature B work on feature C work on feature C work on feature B work on feature A I want separate feature branches, for A, B, C. I’m cherry picking commits to new branches […]
Has anyone come up with a good way to get emails when commits are pushed to your GitHub repo — that includes a diff of files changed? (I know they have an Email Service Hook – but that doesn’t include a diff) Mega bonus points if the diffs are colorized with inline CSS that’s viewable […]
My scenario is that I have one branch in which I’ve made big improvements to the build process (branch A) and in another I’m working on a unrelated feature (branch B). So now when I’m hacking away at branch B, I want to pull in the stuff I wrote in branch A because I want […]