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I wanted to start trying to work with BitBucket. I just created a repo and tried to push my first things, but when I “$ git push origin master“, a window appears that asks for my username and password on bitbucket. I introduce them correctly (the ones I log in bitbucket with) and this message […]
The commits since origin have NOT been pushed. I did not plan very well, and realized that Targeted Interests and Appodeal are big commits that touch a lot of code and could potentially break things, so I would like to move those commits off my master branch and into their own branch, planning to merge […]
I read this SO topic, and am in the same situation myself. My question is, if I push the branch to a new remote, will it still have the commits that it had when it was a branch of the original repo?
I’m trying to push changes from my local machine to a live server. I followed the steps on this page. On my local machine, here is what I get when I run: $ git push web Counting objects: 3, done. Delta compression using up to 8 threads. Compressing objects: 100% (3/3), done. Writing objects: 100% […]
Considering the following: git commit -m “I forgot to git commit -s” git push Is there any way to go back and sign an unsigned git commit that has already been pushed? Is the only way to do this through amending?
When using github.com, the url used to browse to a repo does not contain the .git extension: https://github.com/someuser/helloworld but the “clone with https” url does: https://github.com/someuser/helloworld.git And you go get it like this: go get github.com/someuser/helloworld In our private git repo, we create bare repos in a directory ending in .git (based on convention): helloworld.git […]
I keep running into the following problem and it really exacerbates my OCD. Look at the following screenshot. I added that whole testAction function to the end of a class but instead of highlighting the whole function as having been added (with that green border), it skips one of the curly braces of the if […]
My local machine is running Windows and I am trying to connect to a Bitbucket server using Git Bash and SSH. If I run whoami on the remote repository: ssh -p 7999 -i /c/Users/my-username/.ssh/id_rsa email@example.com whoami I get a correct reply: my-username However, if I try to ping the repository: ssh -T firstname.lastname@example.org I am […]