Git push to azure websites with submodule
So far, I've been publishing a site to Windows Azure Websites via Git without any problems. But today we added a submodule to our project and Azure didn't seem to like working with submodules.
The build fails because my app depends of the submodule and Azure sees an empty folder instead of the submodule code.
I'm trying to setup a git deploy setup, wherein I push my changes when ready to a git repo on a staging server, that then uses a post-recieve hook to deploy the code from the various branches to the a
I'm trying push the application to Heroku: 'git push heroku master', but getting error: c:\Sites\rails_project\first_app>git push heroku master Counting objects: 63, done. Delta compression using
When I run git submodule update --init first time on a projects which have a lot of submodules, this usually take a lot of time, because most of submodules are stored on slow public servers. Is there
We are using submodules and we are new to git. We often see merge conflicts for the submodules themselves, no files are conflicted, just the submodule. There are multiple versions listed in the output
I know the support for git submodules is limited in JGit, but still was wondering how can I achieve this: git submodule foreach git checkout <branchName> and similar commands using JGit. Or is t
It worked fine yesterday but today when I do a git push azure master to a Website in Azure, after entering the password I get this back error: Failed connect to yy.scm.azurewebsites.net:443; Operation
We are looking at migrating some sites from Azure Cloud Services to Azure Websites (as that is how things seem to be going). Cloud services obviously we were told specifically didn't preserve the file
While pushing my code history to git repository, I found that Objective-C project work as a submodule, which means if I push Objective-C project, it work as a submodule, like this. After I notice that
I just pulled https://github.com/kolanos/kohana-universe and now I'm trying to update all the modules running: git submodule update --init --recursive Some of the repos are wrong or not existent anym
I read much about how awful the git submodule is supposed to be, but I am not sure if that is just the groaning of people who feel it limits or if it has serious issues (especially concerning my use c
How best should I accomplish the following deployment objectives with Git deployment for Azure? Easily switch when working locally to either use fake in-memory data or (eventually) non-production sna
I'm trying to run a git push from cron. When I do the command interactively on the shell it's going through fine. When running the command from my user's crontab, cron delivers the error message Permi
I add a submodule from a git@... URL, to be able to develop in it. Now I want to deploy the app and replace the URL with an git://... one, so it doesn't need authentication to the submodule's repo fro
I would like to learn the differences between zookeeper and Azure websites configuration system. What are the main differences in load balancing scenarios?
I have a project with lots of submodules for some specific reason. I just want to know which branches exist for each submodule. I know that I could initialize each submodule with git submodule update
How do I move files and folders in my master repo into an existing submodule? Can I preserve history somehow?
I just learned that Azure Websites have sticky load balancing, from here. My question is two fold: 1) Does this mean that I don't necessarily need to use Azure Cache (or something similar) to handle m
I have decided to switch from SVN to git for my app repository. My repo structure is like this: ~/AndroidStudioProjects/MyMine $ tree -L 1 . ├── ActionBarSherlock ├── Android-Universal-Image-Loader ├─
I've recently moved our servers from Rackspace CloudSites (running on Apache/Linux) to Windows Azure Websites. Since the migration, all the jQuery AJAX requests on our REST API have started failing du
I am curious about some best practices. There is a git repo that I would like to include as a submodule in my project. I would also like to contribute to this repo and offer pull requests. I have fork
In my web app project I have Google minify set up as a git submodule; the idea is that I can keep the minify library up to date by simply running git submodule update. My problem is I have made local
I notice that Azure Websites seems to offer .NET 3.5 and .NET 4.5. So I assume that one cannot deploy .NET 4.5.1 web applications yet? I mention this as .NET 4.5.1 seems to have a useful new feature c
I have a git repository consist of several git submodules. If I want to update submodules of working repository, it involve: cd git pull origin master cd .. git add git commit -m Updated submodule
First, I create new keys using ssh-keygen -t rsa -C email@example.com Then I add the generated key to heroku by heroku keys:add. After that, I tried to push my git repository to heroku using git push h
I have sup aliased to submodule foreach 'git co master; git up' (co & up are aliases for checkout & pull --rebase, respectively.). How do add a condition so that if the submodule name is Libra
I have the following setup: One git repo (lets call it libutil), and a lot of projects using said libutil as a git submodule. What I want: to be able to change, commit and push my libutil from ever
guys, I just used submodule to organize some Git repos, here's the address: repos I want to move all the submodule into a new directory called repos, for examples, jquery -> repos/jquery. I change
Pushing some commits to the remote gives a rather weird message: $ GIT_TRACE=2 git push trace: built-in: git 'push' trace: run_command: 'ssh' 'gitserver' 'git-receive-pack '\''~/git/test'\''' trace: r
I hope someone can help me with this. It's killing me. I've spent hours over days on it and my client is becoming increasingly frustrated. :( I am hosting on Azure Websites and SQL Azure. I am using v
I have a Git submodule that I have successfully cloned in to my main project. However, when I make changes in the submodule and try to push them back to the original submodule repository, Git refuses
I'm quite new to git. I'm creating a branch and then want to push it to origin. I think that simple issuing git push while standing on my branch should be sufficient. Is it possible to do that (by spe
I knew that we can use RoleEnvironment.IsAvailable to check if code is running in Web/Worker Role. How about Azure Websites? I tried the above RoleEnvironment code but it always returns false. I need
I am using Azure Websites to host my Wordpress Site. But my website receive a lot of videos and photos uploaded by users. My 10GB quota is about to excede. Asked to Azure support and they said to cre
Let's assume that we've got some git submodule in directory submod. Now I'm doing such commands: # git submodule update --init submod # cd submod # git branch * (no branch) master If submodule loca
I am fairly new to Git and trying my best to find some documentation on this problem to no avail. Here's my command: MyUser@MyPlace /e/SourceControl/EventStore (master) $ git submodule add https://git
I have a Jenkins install that has been working solid for quite a while. Recently it had a problem where one git repository would timeout when pulling submodules. I started looking for a solution and f
Has anyone ever seen a permissions issue with Azure Websites? After the most recent Git deploy (from a user who has deployed many times before) my site just 500s on every page, traces show an access d
I am trying to update the submodules of this git repositary but I keep getting a fatal errors: [root@iptlock ProdigyView]# git submodule update --recursive Cloning into core... Permission denied (publ
I'm trying to use jquery dataTables with a few extras on Azure Websites. It generates a sizeable query string (2121 characters in testing). This returns a bad code on Azure websites (The resource you
I created some repository in Git and added repos as submodules. In the submodule repo i added contents.( folders and files).After that i did git add -A git commit -m message git push origin master.
Is there a way with git to ignore local changes to a file but continue tracking it into the remote repo ? I wan't to fetch but not push a file. In my case, I want the .project eclipse file to be commi
I have an azure website at yis3.azurewebsites.net - I have promoted this to be a shared site so that I can use a custom domain. I have the domain yorkshireimagescanning.co.uk that I bought from 123-
I'm using Windows Azure Websites to host a php app. My app uses webfonts (css3 feature) and I need to configure extensions such as .eot; .woff to avoid 404 errors. I know that it's possible to set thi
Cannot update the git submodule. Got error: $ git submodule init Submodule 'build/html' (firstname.lastname@example.org:quadroid/clonejs.git) registered for path 'build/html' ... $ git submodule update Cloning into '
I love git submodules. Also, I hate git submodules. What I love about them is how it enables to you to cleanly compartmentalize dependencies etc. I get the point of having them point to a specific com
Quick question. I'm looking to deploy a website to Azure using websites. I read a comment that stated that the file system is shared across multiple instances of the website? Is this true? Does thi
I'm logged in as user A on my machine, but my repo is accessible through username B on the server that I pull from. The .gitmodules file has url = ssh://domain.com/abc/def.git. How can I configure git
I have two git identities, one is a personal one and the other is for my employer. My work project uses a submodule and although I can clone the main repo fine, I am not able to update the submodule.
I am attempting to add a few submodules to my .vim/bundles directory, and when I attempt to add this particular repo Git gives me a strange error I've never seen before: $ git submodule add -f git://g
When I develop on a branch at some point before the Pull Request I do: $> git checkout myBranch $> git pull $> git rebase origin/master # fix conflicts and --continue $> git push --force w