Is it possible to commit and push changes from one branch to another. Assume I commited changes in BRANCH1 and want to push them to BRANCH2. From BRANCH1, is it valid to do: git push origin **BRANCH2** And then reset BRANCH1?
I just came across the following commit on GitHub: https://github.com/felixge/node-formidable/commit/0a0b150668daa3c6f01626d2565b898e5da12392 How does one go about having multiple authors on the same commit like that?
I’m running git–diff on a file, but the change is at the end of a long line. If I use cursor keys to move right it loses colour coding and worse the lines don’t line up, making it harder to track the change. Is there a way to prevent that problem, or to simply make […]
I am using the command line version of Git and gitk. I want to see the full version tree, not just the part that is reachable from the currently checked out version. Is it possible?
I have searched extensively, but likely due to the newness of Android Studio and Gradle, I haven’t found any description of how to do this. I want to do basically exactly what is described in this post, but with Android Studio, Gradle and Windows rather than Eclipse and Linux.
I am an engineering student who spends most of his spare time watching TV rather than coding. So basically I have zero experience with any kind of version control system. My understanding is somehow they make distribution of projects easier. I was looking into Blueprint CSS Framework, liked it and downloaded from their Git project […]
I’m having trouble figuring out how to use git blame for getting the set of commits that ever touched a given range of lines. There are similar questions like this one but the accepted answer doesn’t bring me much further. Let’s say I have a definition that starts on line 1000 of foo.rb. It’s only […]
I am getting the following when running git status Your branch is ahead of ‘origin/master’ by 3 commits. I have read on some other post the way to fix this is run git pull –rebase but what exactly is rebase, will I lose data or is this simple way to sync with master?
I’m using the github Gui from their website to manage my repos, and I’m getting the following error: fatal: https://github.com/TeaCodie/TeaCodie-Website.git/info/refs not found: did you run git update-server-info on the server? How can I fix this?
I’m making the switch from a centralized SCM system to GIT. OK, I’ll admit which one, it is Visual SourceSafe. So in addition to getting over the learning curve of Git commands and workflow, the biggest issue I’m currently facing is how to migrate our current repository over to Git in regards to single or […]