Just curious if GIT has something like Subversions Changelist feature, its something that I find quite handy working with on the fly, I know I could run something like cat ‘changelistfileimade’ | xargs git update but am curious if there’s a built in method too? Cheers.
Working with git flow. We have a co-worker who is not familiar with Git that accidentally merged develop into master yesterday. Develop has quite a few features that are launching with our next release, requiring a revert on the merge. This has created a commit which undoes all of the changes. When we merge master […]
I have a git repo, where we apply many patches in test environment. git apply –stat –check –ignore-whitespace /home/kent/Desktop/patches/test.patch –exclude .gitignore git am -s –ignore-whitespace /home/kent/Desktop/patches/test.patch –exclude .gitignore –exclude .gitignore If I have to remove the patch and apply a new one, at present I clone the live content and reapply all the test patches […]
I have two local branches master and dev. Both branches contained three folders: projectBeta project project_v1 I wanted to just keep projectBeta and remove project and project_v1 and then rename projectBeta as project. So that’s what I did separately on both branches, committing as I went along. All looked good until I tried to then […]
I would like to start off all my git repositories with an “empty” initial commit by simply touching an empty .gitignore file and committing it. My reasons are roughly the same as in this question. Baiscally, the first commit (the “tail”) has no parent commit, so various weird and unexpected things happen that would not […]
I have a repo iontech/Anagen forked from agiliq/Anagen I made a few commits to my fork and added a tag. Then I opened a Pull Request. This Pull Request includes only my commits. How do I include the tag I’ve created into the Pull Request?
Possible Duplicate: Error when “git push” to github I tried to push my new branch (let’s just call it new_branch) to remote rep. There is no such branch there yet, but git push origin new_branch:new_branch should create it. When I try to do it, this is what I get: error: src refspec new_branch does not […]
I have several feature branches and a master branch. Feature2 is done. Normally I would rebase (working with a remote SVN repo and would like to keep the history, so no regular merge) and ff-merge. But since master hasnt changed since I branched, I would like to move the master head (at E) to G. […]
I have a build configuration with a test VCS root that connects to git branch dev, 3 build steps and 1 trigger. These are my build steps: Build tests Run tests Build & Deploy I would like to run all of these build steps for branch dev but only two of them (build and run […]
I have very nested directories in a project, and I’m a lazy programmer. Let’s say I have a file name EventEditor.foo I want to stage my file regardless of whether it’s in the root directory or ./src/holy/sweet/mother/of/baby/raptor/jesus/this/is/a/long/hiearchy/EventEditor.foo My goal would be to be all, “Yo Git, add EventEditor” and bam. It stages it with me […]