I run sudo pip install git-review, and get the following messages: Downloading/unpacking git-review Cannot fetch index base URL http://pypi.python.org/simple/ Could not find any downloads that satisfy the requirement git-review No distributions at all found for git-review Storing complete log in /home/sai/.pip/pip.log Does anyone has any idea about this?
How do I undo parts of my unstaged changes in git but keep the rest as unstaged? The way I figured out is: git commit –interactive # Choose the parts I want to delete # Commit the changes git stash git rebase -i master # (I am an ancestor of master) # Delete the line […]
When I use git format-patch, it doesn’t seem to include merges. How can I perform a merge and then e-mail it to someone as a set of patches? For example, let’s say that I merge two branches and perform another commit on top of the merge: git init echo “initial file” > test.txt git add […]
I’m deploying a Rails app on Heroku (for now) via git, and would also like to have a public version for people to look at. Some files are sensitive and should only be committed and pushed in the “heroku” branch, but not the “public” branch. What is the best way to go about this? (I […]
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Is it possible in git to switch to another branch without checking out all files? After switching branch I need to delete all files, regenerate them, commit and switch back. So checking out files is just a waste of times (and there are about 14000 files – it is a long operation). To make everything […]
I have a certain patch called my_pcc_branch.patch. When I try to apply it, I get following message: $ git apply –check my_pcc_branch.patch warning: src/main/java/…/AbstractedPanel.java has type 100644, expected 100755 error: patch failed: src/main/java/…/AbstractedPanel.java:13 error: src/main/java/…/AbstractedPanel.java: patch does not apply What does it mean? How can I fix this problem?
When a branch history is changed on the remote, you typically get o firstname.lastname@example.org:XXXXX/Project.git + efe2e8b…cda0ee7 HEAD -> Ant_Config_processing (forced update) Is there any way to get this (forced update) status using scripting ? The idea is to write an alias that detects it and prompt the user for actions.
Since Git has the ability to keep track (and keep it clean) of branches with completely different content from each other, in the same repository, some projects (like Git itself) have started to make use of it. Git, for instance, uses one branch for the code itself, while keeping its documentation in a separate branch. […]