I’m trying to push to a repository for the first time. I’m using $ git push -u origin master. This is what happens: Counting objects: 12654, done. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. Compressing objects: 100% (11481/11481), done. Writing objects: 100% (12654/12654), 437.53 MiB | 16.41 MiB/s, done. Total 12654 (delta 1477), reused 0 […]
I am running into a Internal Server Error after a git clone. Command: git clone email@example.com:wewewe/are.git /var/www/html before running git clone I can access a test file on the URL. I am using root user. I saw before running git clone the folders are owned by root. and now still owned by root. How do […]
I noticed some strange behavior in git that I was wondering if anyone else had noticed before. On Friday before I left work, I pushed my changes on a feature branch I was working on to a remote branch on GitHub. I did some more work over the weekend at home and pushed to master. […]
I have one gitolite server and one old git server. On my old git server I have about 80 repositories. All are bare repos but don’t have the .git extension. I want to transfer all of them to new gitolite server so that if anyone in future need any old repo can access from running […]
I am learning hooks in git and found that all hooks remain in .git folder and are local to a developer machine.I can not force all developers to place hook scripts in there .git/hooks directory.Its up to them if they want to use or not.This goes for both client and server side hooks. Isn’t there […]
I currently run a website where users can click an edit link that automatically takes them to the GitHub webpage. Currently, you can pass parameters through the GitHub URL via GET like so: github.com/<username>/<project_name>/new/<branch_name>/<path_to_create_file>? filename=<my_filename>&message=<my_message> …and you are nicely taken to the new file GUI on the GitHub webpage. Unfortunately, this approach seems to be […]
My git project (a WordPress-Plugin) contains some 3rd party submodules with extra files (language .po files, /tests folder, coverage.cover) that are not needed in release versions. Is there a command/workflow that strips all of these files automatically for releases?
I’m trying to add the current state of my project to my local Git index by using VCS -> Git -> + Add, but I get the following message whenever I try to upload: Throwable: Repository not found for root C:\Users\*******\Desktop\******\AndroidProjects\*****\app\src\main\res\drawable-mdpi (3 minutes ago) What am I missing here?
Using Windows 8.1 I am trying to clone a repository to my local drive using the following commands cd hardware mkdir esp8266com cd esp8266com git clone https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino.git . The directory hardware exists. When I run the clone command it tells me that there is already stuff there even though I just created the directory esp8266com […]
I followed bellow tutorial to setup git server with ssh. https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-on-the-Server-Setting-Up-the-Server It was fine as long as I was the only one using the git repos. Now I have more than one users who needs access to specific repos on the git server. The above approach allows all users to access all the repos on […]