I’m using git, but I’ll be glad to hear answers relevant to other SCMs. I’m having a few small changes which are relevant just for me (using a different build scheme, relevant only for my configuration), and I really need to have them. The right thing to do is of course, merge it into the […]
I’m trying to push an app to heroku using “git push heroku master”. In my Gemfile, I have the following: source ‘https://rubygems.org’ ruby ‘ruby 1.9.3’ gem ‘foreman’ but when I try to push to heroku, I get the following error: ! Invalid RUBY_VERSION specified: Gemfile-syntax-error:-<!DOCTYPE-html>-^-/tmp/build_o93twnijmxig/Gemfile:5:-syntax-error,-unexpected-‘<‘-<html>-^-/tmp/build_o93twnijmxig/Gemfile:7:-syntax-error,-unexpected-‘<‘-<meta-charset=’utf-8’>-^-/tmp/build_o93twnijmxig/Gemfile:8:-syntax-error,-unexpected-‘<‘-<meta-http-equiv=”X-UA-Compatible”-content=”IE=edge”>-^-/tmp/build_o93twnijmxig/Gemfile:8:-syntax-error,-unexpected-tIDENTIFIER,-expecting-$end-<meta-http-equiv=”X-UA-Compatible”-content=”IE=edge”>-^ ! Valid versions: ruby-1.9.3-p0, ruby-1.9.3-p125, rbx-1.2.4, rbx-2.0.0dev-20120115-1.9, rbx-2.0.0dev-20120115-1.8, rbx-2.0.0dev-20120123-1.9, rbx-2.0.0dev-20120123-1.8, […]
I’m following the documentation provided here by git to setup a bare git repository in a folder called root. I started in the root directory where I ran git init git -A * git commit -m “test” I then ran git status and all appears good. Next I ran the line from the documentation at […]
I cloned a repo to my machine, and did git log but in the logs, it shows the persons full name and email, rather than their github username. Is there a way to associate the commits to a user without relying on GitHub’s website?
I need to release only certain stories that have passed QA. I don’t have access to the branches, only the master branch. There will be another release in two weeks, so I was thinking of just creating a ‘dead-end’ release branch and that I need to start this branch from the commit just prior to […]
I run a script on login that opens a terminal and runs a shell script in it that reads git pull –rebase && git log However, this git log will run even if there were no changes upstream. How can I modify this script to only run the git log if there were changes?
For example, in a git worktree of Linux Kernel. $ git checkout v2.6.6 $ git checkout v3.3 How to find the last head name or HASHID in current branch v3.3? In the example above, it should get v2.6.6 or the HASHID for v2.6.6. Thanks.
I removed a class a feature from my code a while back and committed the removal. The feature was implemented as a single class with a BDD-style spec and a few other classes were altered in the removal commit as they made use of the feature. The commit is clean, in that the only change […]
make changes git commit ‘made changes’ -a git push origin make more changes git ammend -a git push origin I’ve noticed that when I do a git commit –ammend -a and then try to push to a remote repo, it requires that I force the push (git push -f). My guess is because it’s trying […]
I have file a.css and b.css in the same folder. My framework combines those files in a file called temp.a12cab4598347b07f0079d.css This file will be generated wherever there is a css file, so folder matching is no good. Can I ignore all these files using something like temp.*.css Thank you