Our BitBucket repo has grown to over 3 gigs and now when I try to clone in SourceTree all I get is the trying to connect symbol. When I try in Tortoise it clones to a certain point then disconnects saying it expected # bytes but got #. I can’t download the .zip from BitBucket […]
Gitlab does not load assets. I am using Gitlab 5.0 with Apache server. Can someone help me? Thanks in advance!
I have 2 Heroku apps, both Pyhon, and some python modules that are shared between them (i.e.: they are the same in both apps). What is the best way to set up my git / requirements.txt to achieve the following? The shared code is versioned (that is: it too sits in Git, I don’t care […]
So currently I have what seems to be a very complex problem and I need some help on how to fix it without the ability to move binary files to a CDN / dropbox etc. When evaluating this problem please note that removing images / pdfs etc and putting them in dropbox or some other […]
I worked on some code on a local branch and then I pushed it to a remote test repository with this command: git push origin fix_vouchers:fix_vouchers I’d like to change the active brank on that remote repository so that the other developers can test this code. Can I do this from my local environment?
For a project exisitng in github.com private repository, I am setting up gerrit code review. I am using the gerrit’s replication plugin to keep the gerrit repository in sync with github.com. But if someone commits (say commit-a) and pushes directly to github.com, the commit-a is overwritten in github.com, when gerrit does the replication process (because, […]
I know git fetch –tags will fetch all tags from remote to local. I am not sure will git pull get tags from remote by default, so will it or not?
I’m just starting to use git and github and I need some advise. I want to create a fork of a public git repo (qemu-kvm in case you’re interested). I plan to have a public version of the fork on github and a development version for our team. I’m sure there are many ways to […]
There are several subtrees in my repo (e.g. ./sub1/, ./sub2/, ..) which I would like to extract into separate repos, keeping commit history and the same dir structure, i.e. a new repo for sub1 should have ./sub1/ subtree from the main repo. How can I do this?
I am developing an HTML app that will be 1. compiled using Phonegap Build 2. offered as pure web app on a www server So the code will be mainly the same but there will small parts dedicated to either the first or second adaptation. But the improvements on the base code will have to […]