How can I clone a local git repo to github?
I have a few git repos on a local server and I want to synchronise them with Github for remote access.
How do I clone these local repos to Github?
After this, is it just a case of assigning the github repo as a remote of the local server repo?
Is there any way to use git-svn to clone only some folders of an SVN repo structure. I'm trying to clone a repo that has some crazy big binary files and a number of subfolders that are just plain usel
Any idea how to recover local changes in a git repo after a find . -type f | xargs sed -i 's/[\t ]*$//g' in repo root dir?
I am trying Git, and so if i do mkdir foo cd foo git clone git://github.com/some_repo/sdk.git so my project folder will now have sdk, which is a library or an sdk. How to make sdk part of my project
I'm using git to manage a tiny project. I've been performing all of my transactions (clone, push, pull, etc) through SSH, but recently ran git-update-server-info because I wanted to experiment with ru
I've got an out-of-date repo with nothing to add on my machine. I want to pull in the latest stable branch from github. Should I just clone over it? I'm not sure.
After I've used git locally to track a project, how am I supposed to add it to a site like Github? I suppose that one step would be creating a repo on Github, and then pushing into it, but is there so
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I have a Github remote repo and sync with my local repo. It's ok. But now, create a new directory and it's have last and true files. How can i change my local repo via Git?
I found reliable way of getting my local git URL in post How can I determine the url that a local git repo was originally cloned from? But how to get all the clone URLs that are available for reposito
I am working on local git repository and I need to push my local git into existing svn repository. My git repository is pure local git repository, it was not init using git svn clone. How can I import
While I'm trying to push, pull or merge the local to github repo I'm getting some issues. I even tried to clone the new local repo but that is also giving problem. Can anyone please help me in this ma
I'm trying to understand a make problem, and I'm not sure what is going on. I'm not sure if I'm experiencing a problem with make or a problem git. If I perform: $ git clone git://git.openssl.org/opens
I am working on a project that uses SVN as repository which I use in combination with the Netbeans SVN plugin. I found Netbeans SVN diff lacking on showing several diffs below each other and therefore
How do I get the files from a public repo pull request on my local computer? A developer submitted a pull request to a public repo (to which I don't have write access). I want to test his code before
I'm a newish git and GitHub user. I've been using GitHub for windows for a while but wanted to try more of the command line while learning how to fork and submit pull requests on a repo I want to impr
I created a git repo and add vim-plugins ( which is installed by vundle) into it, after I pushed this repo to github, and clone this repo to another server, I found that vim-plugin's directory is empt
I would like to create a Git repo in which the users can only pull the files from the Git repository and can never push into it. Since this data cloned into the remote repo needed not be modified, I a
I am working from home and am trying to clone a repo from Github and am getting the following error: git clone https://github.com/account/repo.git Also tried git clone git://github.com/account/repo.g
When I delete files in my local working directory and make a git add . git commit and finally git push the files are just in the remote repo and in the working directories of other people pulling my c
I need to hire some freelancers but not allow them to see previous commits, just the current state. So Id like to clone a private repo on github of mine, remove the .git commit history, add the clone
I've installed Gitlab version 5.1 on my server (Centos 6.4 64bit). After a lot of hiccups, I now can clone, pull and push... but only over HTTP. Anytime I try an SSH clone, this error occurs: $ git cl
Is there a way to access a github repo from my node.js server? The server should be able to access the source files located in the git repo, either by creating a temporary folder and cloning the repo,
From git-clone(1) Manual Page --branch can also take tags and detaches the HEAD at that commit in the resulting repository. I tried git clone --branch <tag_name> <repo_url> But it does
We have an internal Git server and use Github.com however I am confused on how to sync my repo to both github.com and our internal git server, is this even possible? I heard something about git remote
I'd like to use gerrit for the code review before merging into my Github repo. First, I installed gerrit server to the local machine following this. Followings are what I entered when initializing ger
Various scripts often contain git clone ..., and running them again and again makes Git clone again and again. How to configure Git to override URL to local one if I already have this repository (in
I want to clone/merge branch for my git repository inside github, for example merge updates in draft branch to gh-pages for publish. And in some cases, I don't have access to command line for git comm
So I forked a project in github, and cannot push my local changes to my origin repo because of errors during the 'push' command requiring that I first do a 'pull'. Well the problem is the 'pull' keeps
I have been setting up an instance of a server (Amazon EC2, Ubuntu 12.x), and have got stuck trying to clone my own private repo from git. I've been looking at https://help.github.com/articles/generat
I have a local git repository. I want to clone it on the local machine by hardlinked files to save disk space. How can I do it?
I am new to git. I could setup my git repository and started to using it a couple of days ago. (I am using Github) Now I want to be able to commit from my other computer, so I setup git, try git clone
I have GAE project in my Eclipse and I want to add it to my local git repo, how can I do that?
Today I cloned a Git repo successfully (I hope), however I can not see any source files in the cloned directory. To be specific I cloned the msm-kernel repo from Google with the command: git clone htt
I've removed a few large files from my repo following these instructions: http://help.github.com/remove-sensitive-data However, if I do a fresh clone from my main repo, I still pull down the deleted d
I'm brand new to git and I'm having major issue when trying to push a local repo to github. I set up a remote repo called origin with my github repo SSH address. Then when I try to push I keep getting
We use several open source libraries that are hosted on github. I want to be able to clone the git repositories and basically push them into our local subversion repository so I can start a CI build i
I have a local repository that is a full copy of a repository on github. I made a change that I would like to contribute to the original project. How can I do this without reloading my project on gith
I have been using git locally for while a now and have a private repository with complete change history etc. I now want to share this on GitHub, so I need to clone from my local repo into a new GitHu
I have worked out how to fire up a vagrant box and apt-get install packages I now want to git clone a node.js repo from github before running npm install and running the app with node app.js I expecte
Does github provide the option to have a repository auto initialised so that you can just do git clone <uri> rather than the entire init, add file, commit, add remote, push process as shown in t
I want create a name space and push to a bare repo, here is what I have done, Push works, clone, pull did not. GIT_NAMESPACE=work created an empty repo and added come commits done git push to a bare r
I'm using Git Flow for my project, and have completed the git flow feature finish step that merged my feature branch into my develop branch. I then performed git push to GitHub, but on GitHub I still
I used the following command to clone svn repo into git and after executing it, i see some spurious branches. git svn clone [SVN repo URL] --no-metadata -A authors-transform.txt --stdlayout ~/temp git
(Predominantly a Git question, but may be relevant to other PyroCMS users) I have a local repository of PyroCMS - the repo is a clone of a github fork of the main project. I also have a PyroCMS module
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The folder name of the zip downloaded from github is like %repository-name%-master, but I need that folder just as %repository-name% Can this be done?
I have created a git repo at github and cloned it at home: - eris:utility-functions$ ls README - eris:utility-functions$ git status # On branch master nothing to commit, working directory clean - eri
From what I read, it looks like the git stash command stores its information in the local repo and not inthe remote repo. My concern is that this is vulnerable to loss due hardware failure for each de
In my scripts, I often use libraries (mine or others') that have their own repos. I don't want to duplicate those in my repo and get stuck with updating them every time a new version comes out. Howeve
I moved my repo from a personal account to an organization, as more people are getting involved in the project. But if people have the old URL, I want them to be able to find the new location easily.