I’m using TortoiseGit to maintain git repository. We have one repo with multiple submodules in each. Everything works fine but when I’m trying to pull main repo, submodules aren’t updating. I must pull every submodule one by one. Is there an option in tortoise to use only one pull command from menu to update all […]
cloning an svn repository into git is easy with git-svn. However, I need to do it the other way round. I have a git repository lying around and want to import it into an empty (except from trunk, branches and tags folders) keeping all the commit information. I cerate a git-svn-clone of the svn repo, […]
I am looking for a way to host private git repos on my own server. I am using Github for Open source projects of mine, but I would prefer to use my own server for storing private git repos. Can someone suggest me on which script should I be using for this purpose. Trac is […]
We have decided on Jira and Confluence and are now looking at other Atlassian tools that may make our lives easier. I understand that FishEye allows all kinds of visualization of a source code repository that the native tooling for CVS does not. We have, however, migrated to git, which has a large ecosystem of […]
I have squashed 40 commmits at some point in time, and would like to pick back one commit. Is there some way to do this? I have the commit ref (93ebc467ff512580ae3c5a76790f09dfd5e3e6f2) that I would like to unsquash.
I have a Git repo that is clone from another Git repo that is a clone from a giant SVN repo. We can update the other Git repo from SVN and commit from it to SVN, but with another user. I want to publish my local commits to the SVN repo directly, with my own […]
Everytime I open sourcetree I get this annoying popup: “SourceTree detected the following invalid Dictionary file references. These are known to cause performance issues. Do you want to remove these invalid dictionaries?” If I click on ‘Yes’ -> close sourcetree -> reopen it -> the popup appears again. Does anyone know how to fix this […]
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All of sudden I am getting following error while trying to clone repo. git clone https://github.com/repo/xxx.git Cloning into ‘hits’… fatal: unable to access ‘https://github.com/repo/xx.git/’: SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details: error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed I am also getting SSL error while accessing on Chrome Browser This is what I get […]
I made a pull request, but now I need to push an additional commit to this pull request. Github says that: You can add more commits to this pull request by pushing to the x4e925e4 branch on myaccount/repo. How do I achieve this via the command line?