Is it possible to get a progress bar when doing a git clone? I’m wondering because I am currently doing a git clone that has taken a few minutes so far and would be curious to know if it is going to finish soon.
This is my submodule redmine_dashboard config file: Submodule config file: [core] repositoryformatversion = 0 filemode = true bare = false logallrefupdates = true worktree = /Users/daniel/redmine/vendor/plugins/redmine_dashboard [remote “origin”] fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/* url = firstname.lastname@example.org:ebc/redmine_dashboard.git [branch “master”] remote = origin merge = refs/heads/master [gui] wmstate = normal geometry = 841×391+-8+43 187 177 Mac worktree = /Users/daniel/redmine/vendor/plugins/redmine_dashboard […]
I’m curious where I’ve scattered my git repositories across my mac. I’m trying to figure out how I could do a search to find them all so I can organize my life a bit. How can I do this?
I’m using SourceTree on Windows and I’m already successfully pushing my repository to BitBucket. I would like to do the same, but instead of pushing to BitBucket, I would like to push to my Web Hosting Account instead (i.e. “1&1 Shared Hosting”). My 1and1 account provides SSH access and has git already installed. I tried […]
I am trying to follow https://github.com/GitbookIO/gitbook but there is some assumed knowledge that clearly I don’t have. I’ve used GitHub for some time but I’ve still got a lot to learn. My goal is to have a GitHub page at http://martynchamberlin.github.io/GitBook/ that corresponds to this repository: https://github.com/martynchamberlin/GitBook. So here’s my question: how exactly is GitBook […]
I have my source code and .git folder on a small fast ssd, I would like to have the .git directory on my second bigger slower hdd and keep my working code on my fast smaller ssd, is it possible? how? thanks. I guess my local working copy .git directory will grow as time goes […]
I would like to see the status of the current directory. Because there are lots of changes in sub-directories, which I do not want to see, the following command doesn’t do the trick: git status . Is there any way of getting this kind of report, short of grepping the output of git status?
I am trying to create a patch file to be used via reviewboard. It will be the initial patch. diff -ruN –exclude=.git empty_dir working_dir > mypatch_00.patch works but I am getting a “The selected file does not appear to be a diff.” error. Is there any way to get it working using git-diff or diff? […]
I have a GitHub repo that’s big and contains several independently build-able bits. If I configure Jenkins with a job (or two) for each of these, I end up with having to pull gigabytes of data multiple times (one clone of the repo for each job). This takes both diskspace and bandwidth. What I’d like […]
I have two branches: trunk, production. I have found a problem in trunk, made fix and committed it, pushed it. Now it was tested and I need do merge changes into the production branch as a hot-fix. I try to use the cherry-pick. However it doesn’t work because a changed file(s) in the fix was […]