Tag: twitter bootstrap

Git reset and Bootstrap – something is broken

I’m having a problem reseting my app to a previous commit. I’m trying out bootstrap for the first time and when I tried to modify bootstrap_and_overrides.css.less I broke something and the styling was all over the place. I had no problem completely discarding the changes and had a commit on my local machine that was […]

Version control and git checkout/clone

I am using Bootstrap SASS. I learning git slowly. I want to be able to update files located in folders from this repo on git when they are updated, however I don’t want to clone the entire repo, as I use a different file structure. As an example: Bootstrap SASS holds the js files here: […]

Using Git to keep source from a project up to date but also retain my modifications

I want to work on a GitHub hosted project (panique/huge) to make it into a bootstrap version. Panique quite reasonably doesn’t want to add any framework, so I would like to modify my copy, but also use any patches that are added into the Git master, without making it unworkable keeping my copy up to […]

How do I pull upstream changes of a remote GitHub repository?

I’ve been trying to figure out how to do the following with Git: So I have a website folder with a git repo and commits and everything. I’ve usually been downloading Bootstrap as a ZIP and extracting it into my repo. But there’s upstream changes on Bootstrap’s GitHub that I feel might be useful to […]

can't checkout the bootstrap v4-dev branch

I am trying to checkout the bootstrap v4-dev branch. but not working. my git version is: git version 2.7.0.windows.1 I already cloned the repository. $ git remote -v origin https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap.git (fetch) origin https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap.git (push) execute git fetch origin output nothing. $ git fetch origin $ git branch -a * master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/master and […]

Archive or clone specific files/directories with git (specifically github)

I’m trying to make a customizer similar to the one used by Twitter for their Bootstrap framework (http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/customize.html). I have a github repo that I need to be able to specify certain files and directories to download as a zip. I’ve looked into possible solutions, and have a few ideas on how I can accomplish […]

Missing something trying to get bootstrap included into meteor as a local git submodule

I’m trying to install a local copy of bootstrap into a meteor project to make it easier to customise it. I was using the bootsrap-3 smart package and it was working pretty well, so removed that, created the directory tree and files described in Use Twitter Bootstrap 3 RC1 with Meteor and executed meteor add […]

twitter bootstrap rails CSS not loading after cloning project on new machine

I have two machines, Machine1 works just fine. Machine2 is a new machine that I’m setting up. Machine1 is running OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard and Machine2 is running OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion. I’ve uploaded my project to Github, so I should be able to (on Machine2) install Xcode, homebrew, git, rvm, ruby, rails. Then, clone […]

git commit creates assets and temporary files for some reason

Whenever I run git commit -m “blah”, my apps are creating a bunch of random files, for some reason. This is causing a problem because it is taking up lots of space on my server and my git push heroku master command will timeout. What is happening? Below is the output from my last commit […]

No submodule mapping found in .gitmodules for path 'sinatra-bootstrap'

When I try to deploy to AWS in the log I receive the following error: [Wed, 13 Nov 2013 15:32:35 +0000] ERROR: deploy[/srv/www/rn] (/opt/aws/opsworks/releases/20131106095250_142/cookbooks/deploy/definitions/opsworks_deploy.rb:63:in `from_file’) had an error: git submodule init && git submodule update returned 1, expected 0 —- Begin output of git submodule init && git submodule update —- STDOUT: STDERR: No submodule […]

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