Git pull from heroku
How do I pull from heroku? I have wordpress running in my heroku app and i changed some stuff via the template editor.
I'd like to have these changes also locally.
When i try to pull from heroku i get the message:
But I don't have these changes locally
Is there a way to see what commits have been pulled in from the remote repository after you do a git pull --rebase? In other words: git pull will show a summary of changed files at the end (like git
I am new to SVN but knew GIT. I read this question : How to send pull request on GIT A question, can SVN pull request same as GIT ?
I am trying to do a pull from my git repository on bitbucket, using Egit (Eclipse). I can do push without any problems, but when I try to pull I get the error message: The current branch is not c
the thing is, suddenly git stoped working.. I can't push or pull code from bitbucket, I cant clone the repos either.. $ git pull origin master error: Failed connect to bitbucket.org:443; Operation now
I try to pull from origin to update a local git repository, and got the familiar message: error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: <list of files> Please,
How do i get the changes from live to my repo? The files running on the heroku app have changed and now if i push these will be overwritten. I have my php code running on heroku and storing 'database'
I have made a git pull request with my repo. Sometime later, before pull request got approved, I proceeded to make another commit&push which also got pushed up to pull request. Is there a way to r
Is it possible to pull specific files or changes from another users working directory using thier Local IP address? e.g. git pull http://192.168.1.101/sandbox/somefile.php It should be noted that bo
I'm configuring a github web hook to call the below page: github.php: <?php shell_exec('git pull'); ?> I have chmod 777 the file and even chmod +x it. When I call php github.php from the server
I've confused how to fix my problem. My git history is like this (commit id): commit: f8ae2 -> parent: 71bf9 commit: 71bf9 -> parent: f67c0 commit: f67c0 -> parent: 5b18a commit: 5b18a ->
I have made two commits in my git repository and push them to my git server the two commits are In first commit file A is committed In second commit file B is committed now on the other developmen
I had set remote access to Heroku, so I could deploy my app to Heroku with the commang git push staging master. I don't know what crashed, but now when I run the command from the previous sentence, so
I have this application on my Lion machine that is in a mercurial repository so I'm using hg-git to deploy it to heroku. ~/.hgrc [extensions] hgext.bookmarks = hggit = .../project/.hg/hgrc [paths] de
I have a Github repository and I'm trying to pull the repository (it's already cloned) to my home machine but for some reason it does not pull all the folders from the Github repository. I tried both
EDIT: I should have noted that these are changes which should already have been merged from the integration branch. They somehow did not make it into that merge, and now Git won't add them because i
How to check whether the remote repo has changed and I need to pull? Now I use this simple script: git pull --dry-run | grep -q -v 'Already up-to-date.' && changed=1 but it is rather heavy. D
I'm trying to run the heroku pg:pull command, but I can't seem to get the amazingly cryptic authentication process. The command I'm running: > heroku pg:pull app_name::RED localdb I then get a pa
I'm currently working on a git repository where something went wrong. Everytime I perform a pull, the origin alternates between two different master branches: git pull From git://git.eclipse.org/gitro
I just did a pull in my local Git repo and it seems to have failed as it was just hanging there. I did an abort, tried to repull but it hangs again. I previously had no changed files and everything wa
I run commands heroku create --stack cedar git push heroku master but it gave me an error: > Counting objects: 144, done. Delta compression using up to 2 threads. > Compressing objects: 100% (
Any help would be nice. The heroku logs don't say anythinga bout this. I'm able to push the app onto heroku fine. Usually I am able to pull the database from heroku by just doing heroku db:pull --conf
Is it even possible? Basically, there's a remote repository from which I pull using just: git pull Now, I'd like to preview what this pull would change (a diff) without touching anything on my side.
while pulling into my git repository from our central server, this error occured: $ git pull origin master From http://aaa/repo * branch master -> FETCH_HEAD error: unable to resolve reference ORIG
I am having a problem with my application not being uploaded to heroku. When I typed in: git push heroku master I get an error at the end: **Results logged to /tmp/build_2akv91a7tpdfl/vendor/bundle/ru
I have created a fork from a project on GitHub. How can I now pull changes from the project that I forked from?
How can I download my currently changed file from heroku server? I built a PHP application that is running on Heroku. If I use $ git clone email@example.com:myappli.git -o heroku then would this upload m
In phpstorm how do you do a git pull --rebase? I can't seem to find an option to do it. I would like this to be the default behavior as we are all working off the same branch. I am doing the pull by V
I deploy using git push heroku master, but I'm using 2 buildpacks and it takes some minutes to build everything. My app is still in QA, and I wish I could test everything locally, but sometimes you
I have the following setup: A server (centOS) with git and a repository for a project on the same server. What I need to do is to be able to pull from the repository without being asked for password
I upload my application on heroku. But I face some problems. What the problem: fatal: 'priroda' does not appear to be a git repository? ~/priroda$ git pull fatal: 'priroda' does not appear to be a git
Let's say I have a directory, /X/Y, which is a git repository. Is it possible to somehow call a command like git pull from inside /X, but targeting the /X/Y directory? EDIT: I guess I was wondering sp
It is NOT a duplicate of (almost;because stackoverflow wouldn't allow that)exact title Git Pull - Everything up to date, but it's not I'm missing two tags (Linux kernel v3.9-rc4 and v3.9-rc5 specific
:) I have a production *nix server that gets the updated files from github using git pull. My problem is that there are outdated versions of some plugins in app/code/community/, which would be pul
With our current setup you always have to enter the branch name (ie: git pull origin feature-branch when doing a pull. I've already made the mistake of pulling from one branch into another, accidenta
I typically use git pull --rebase if I'm working directly on master (which I try not to do anyway). In the event that I forgot to do a rebase and just did git pull, is there a way to undo that and mak
I've been using SVN for some time and is now using Git on a project. I am unsure exactly what to do after I've resolved conflicts after I've done a git pull. I am using tortoise GIT by the way. So in
This question already has an answer here: Differences between “git pull” commands when pulling from origin? 2 answers What is the difference between these two commands? git pull and git pull
I'm newbie to open source contribution, so it one of my first tries. I developed a library (gem) called 'validates': https://github.com/kaize/validates/ I made 2 branches through git checkout -b branc
How do I pull all of the remote branches to my own repository? if I type: git branch -a I get a long list of branches, but if I type: git branch I see only 2 of them. How do I pull ALL branches into
I think I am close to mess up my db on heroku I am trying to download the remote DB on heroku by heroku db:pull I get the following message: news_items: 100% |=========================================
Is there a difference between git rebase upstream/master and git pull --rebase upstream master, and if so, what? The remote could be any remote, not necessarily upstream.
I have 2 repositories A and B. I wanted to pull only some of the files from repository A to repository B. Is there any way to do this?
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:myapp.git Results in a myoldemailaddress not authorized to access myapp myoldemailaddress was an email address I was using on an old heroku account, but it seems to be stuck
I've tried pretty much all of these, none appear to work: Force git to overwrite local files on pull Here's 2 scenarios: A) Delete a local file 1) git clone my_repo 2) cd my_repo 3) delete some file 4
$ git pull remote: fatal: object 21f3981dd35fccd28febabd96f27241eea856c50 is corrupted error: git upload-pack: git-pack-objects died with error. fatal: git upload-pack: aborting due to possible reposi
I have 20 files in my repository foo1.c,foo2.c,...foo20.c I am working on foo2.c Now whenever I do a git pull it pulls in and merges changes to all foo*.c including foo2.c I would like to prevent auto
git is giving me some headache lately. I have cloned a git repository and then checked out a tag: # git checkout 2.4.33 -b my_branch This is OK, but when I try to run git pull in my branch, git spits
We are using gitolite to manage our repositories and one of our heroku project's have git submodules. Is there a way to get Heroku's public key for the authentication? Thanks, David
I'm trying to learn Git. I got a problem like this... I created a repository 'resorceplan' in GitHub. My colleague forked it and added new features to it. Now, he is not available in to push those cha
curl can access the URL, but git pull can't. I guess there is something wrong with the URL handling of git if there is user+password+port in the url: foo@workdevel123:~/src/foo$ git pull error: The