I have an android project developed in Eclipse with the ADT plugin. I want to add it to git and finally host it on github. But i am confused as to which all files will need to be added to git to make it easy for other developers to work on the project. Obviously, the […]
I have a private repo on github and I am experimenting with bokeh. I edit the file in my ipython notebook locally and I can see the plot working. When I push them on github and try to visualize it online I can see all the code except for the graph. On nbviewer I can […]
After reading this article on submodules, it seems like they exist only to link to external git repositories from within your own. However, I am expecting submodules to simply allow you to manage multiple, separate commit histories from within one repository. Is it possible to have non-external git repositories? I’d like to manage all of […]
I am new in Git and I want to implement this tool in my next project. In my project I created 3 branches these are: 1. Feature – new features 2. Release – new production release 3. Hotfix – for minor revisions What I understand is you can use branch to separate the updates and […]
I was switching from a different branch so I can do a push. While doing the checkout the files were open in my editor which may have caused a permission denied error. Did git lose all my files? I dont know how to get them back. Here is what i did – The files are […]
Let’s say I have a really straightforward branching situation like this, where there’s a dev branch and a production branch, that at some point in the past have a common ancestor called common: Now, it’s time to make a new feature. We want the feature in dev today, and in production in a month. The […]
I need to set up a github for a school project but Im getting lost in the complicated workings of it. I managed to push the contents of a folder to my repository but since I need to add other files and want to keep some structure I want to take the current files & […]
Is there a way to prevent anybody except me from force-pushing to one of my Git repositories (in Github, specifically)? It’s my understanding that protected branches protect against force-pushing entirely, but I’m fine as long as I’m the one doing it.
I am new to Git and I am wondering if I need to create a changelog file manually, or if Git keeps track of the changes (I’m using GitHub).
I’ve been working on a private project on github that I’ve decided to make public. To test the project I used my graphical assets that I’d like to keep private. They are not present in the latest commit, but they are available on older commits. Can I configure github (or use some git feature) to […]