How to force git to warn or add new files?
We've all experienced that painful moment when a new feature works fine locally but breaks when deployed because we forgot to add a new file.
Is there a way to make git warn or automatically add new files when
git commit -a is executed?
I have tons of files in my repo, and sometimes I work on 20 files and I want to commit all of them. But, I would like to add a message for each. How can I add all of these files that have been updated
can't find for a long period of time how to add this option in tortoisegit What is the difference between `git merge` and `git merge --no-ff`? can anyone explain how do i set it?
As my question says, after changing files and adding new files in my repository, I normally commit files with git, but sometimes I need all the modified / changed files copied to a folder for organizi
command sequence mkdir topdir mkdir another-git-directory touch fileC touch fileD git add . git commit -m sub-dir init cd .. touch fileA touch fileB git add . git commit -m top-dir init git ls-fi
I did a git rebase -i on a commit several nodes earlier. I added some new files I meant to add to that commit. It looked like I was on the wrong node, so I immediately did a git rebase --abort. Those
Is it possible to have git commit also add new files and directories? It seems a lot of needless typing in the long run to have to type git add . then git commit (That, and I have a tendency to ofte
I know how to add and commit one file: git add [file name] and git commit -m but what about if I have many file in different dir. how is the right way to do it? Thanks.
This question already has an answer here: Undo 'git add' before commit 22 answers I've accidentally staged a lot of changes including new files that I do not want to commit. How can I unstage o
How to add all catalog using GIT witout .pyc file? git add catalog_name git commit -m Update git push What add and where?
Probably one simple question. I pushed my first project to github. I've done it with Eclipse with EGit plugin. I've clicked on a project, chose to push remote and uploaded it to git. There I have crea
Let's assume I merge git and there is a merge conflict. My question is: how can I force git to always choose the newer version of code in conflict so I won't need to resolve the conflict by hand?
I added some files in the directory and wanted to add them to git: git add . git commit -a -m add some file As I have set .ignore under this directory, I want to observe which files were really add
How to avoid scanning unnecessary/temporary files in Git GUI? e.g obj, pdb files etc...?
I've moved a file manually and then I've modified it. According to Git, it is a new file and a removed file. Is there any way to force Git into treating it as a file move?
How can I untrack files in git, but leave the untracked files in repository? To better understand that problem let me show an example: I have a git repository with my project and I want to add wordpre
Here is a folder, which contains a lot of .java files. How can I git commit this folder ? If I do the following commands git add foldername git commit foldername -m commit operation I will see the
I accidently did a git push --force on a public repository and reverted to previous commits. How to a fix this issue? I still have the correct versions on my local computer but not able to push the
To use git effectively (and as intended) I make small atomic commits, while I do have longer sessions where I do change not only one thing. Thus, I make heavy use of git add -p. This doesn't work for
This is something I've never really understood about source control, specifically Subversion (the only source control I've ever used, which isn't saying much). I'm considering moving to git or Mercuri
I added a .gitignore file after git add .. I'd like to know if I can proceed to git commit and push it and git will ignore the files. If not how should I delete the files which I git added. Where does
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When I use command git add -u . git still doesn't update untracked files. Works only when I specify them by path, git add -- filepath What could it be?
When I do a git push, git will do forced updates automatically if necessary, as if I had specified the --force option. I have configured this a long time ago. I don't want this behavior anymore, and c
I am new to Git and have done some rudimentary tutorials on how to clone, add, commit stuff. I recently git cloned an online repository on my local DEV environment with something like: git clone git@s
When I have: dirty working directory, dirty staging area, and I copied some new files to the project, how do I stage only the new ones? git alias adduntracked=…
when I try to git add my files, I typed git add <insert file names here> That works correctly. However, when I try to do git commit -a My git repository tells me that it's empty. What is out
So the situation is I cloned a repo from Github and I messed up trying to build it and it added new files and made changes to existing files in the repo. I have no commits and never staged anything. H
I've had to revert to a previous commit in my master branch in git which has meant I've had to force push the changes up to Teamcity. It's seems as though Teamcity has got into a bind and it thinks th
I am a git noob and git just deleted a bunch of important files. How do I get them back? I have a repo on my local machine. To get into git, I just right click my project folder and select git bash h
Is there an equivalent of git commit -a for staging new files? This is the behavior of git add -A, but only if you call it from the root directory of your repository. Otherwise, it will only add files
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We need to add new folders and files to existing release. We know that adding new files is possible through patch [msp]. [For process related reasons they do not want to go minor upgrade] But is it po
I have project that consists of 8758 files. When I add them to my git it only recognizes 884 objects. When I run git add . or git add -A or even with -v it outputs nothing, but when running add from w
I have some files 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 And I want to commit files 1-5 only, so I have added files 1-5 Changes to be committed: (use git reset HEAD ... to unstage) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and lea
I'm using msysgit on Windows 7 x64. I can't figure out how to tell Git to add a lot of files when there are some files that .gitignore might ignore. For example: Initialize a git repository. Create a
Trying to use/learn git with a personal project. There's only me and a remote git repo, a few commits, and I'm stuck in a failed merge. A lot of my files have Git merge conflict markup now too. How do
How do I limit the output of: git add . -A -n to the present directory only? E.g. something like: git add . -A -n --depth=0 I am currently at the base directory of my project and want to see files t
i want to add all files no matter what: whether it is deleted, created, modified, untracked, etc? i just dont want to git add ALL my files EVERY TIME. I tried git add -A but it is NOT adding modified
I would like to add all files from eclipse's workspace to git repository. Should I manually add every single file to the repository or is there easier way to do that or they'd included automatically?
If cee157 can refer to 2 different commit IDs, such as cee157eb799af829a9a0c42c0915f55cd29818d4 and cee1577fecf6fc5369a80bd6e926ac5f864a754b will Git warn me if I type in git log cee157? (or Git 1.8.
I did a merge from branch xyz to master involving about 20 files, and there were no conflicts. I cannot remember the options I used unfortunately, but whatever I did, the resulting code is the desired
I just did git init inside of my existing project directory and I wanted to add all of the .php and .js files to be tracked. So I then ran git add *.php *.js, that didn't work.. so I just tried git ad
I'm doing git pull of an open source lib, I don't care what my local copy is I just want to update it with the origin's version. i.e. it can blow away my local changes.
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