Move git project from local to remote, how?
I'd like to move my current git porject from local machine to remote machine. All development I will do at my local machine. So I have to have ability to checkout branches from remote machine to my local via
What shoud I do to make
git:// protocol working on my remote machine? How can I protect it from being connected from third party?
In a normal Git merge conflict, the three versions of a file in play for the three-way merge are roughly as follows: LOCAL: the version from my branch REMOTE: the version from the other branch BASE:
I have to take database dump from remote server but i want to download it on my local system and then restore it directly on my local system with using a single command. actually my remote server disk
I cloned a repository and got a master branch. From the master I created a local branch abc. Now the remote may have progressed. The branches look like this: >git branch -a * abc master remotes/o
I have a git project that I'm working on locally. It's a PHP project with a config file that stores MySQL database connection information. My local MySQL settings are different from the remote setting
How can I see the diff between a local branch and a remote branch?
I've setup a git environment (mo github) where I have remote: one branch local: a master branch and a featureX branch that I work on it/ Now, on remote some teammate pushed on remote a feature on re
i was wondering if there is a chance to have localy a TFS 11 installation and remotely git(bitbucket). TFS 11 has all i need to do my work. But i want the projects on bitbucket for remote access if ne
I want to pull from from an upstream branch and I want to ignore all commits made by me in my local and my remote on git. I only want the changes from the upstream remote. I am having issues with: gi
If there are tags in the remote repository, I'm usually getting them automatically when pulling. When I delete the created local tag (git tag -d <tag-name>) and pull, the deleted tag will be rec
I am working in a team with a branching strategy that sometimes rewrites the upstream commit history for some of the branches. It would be incredibly useful to be able to move the last N commits from
I'm a bit confused about how to commit on several svn branches from different local git branches. In particular, even though I've read many of the relates questions on this topic, there's one specific
When I downloaded changes from a remote to my local GIT repository via git fetch the status of my local repository was reported as Your branch is behind 'origin/master' by 1 commit, and can be fast-f
I have a few Xcode projects on my iMac for which I enabled git when I created the project in Xcode. Now how can I access the repository from another Mac on my local network and make changes that are t
I'm trying to figure out how to get a listing of all the files and their SHA1s in a remote Git repository. There is a way to do this from a local repo who's command is: git ls-files * -s Which return
I've been trying to figure this one out by reading the git-svn man-page but am having trouble understanding how to achieve it. What I want to do is: Checkout a public subversion trunk Create a local
I have a git repository cloned from github. Then I go to my local copy of that repository. There are sub-module projects in the repository. Now, I would like to create a new Android project. So, in Ec
If you are working on a large remote repository and you want to restrict the download to the few branches you are working on, how do you configure the git-clone command, assuming that it is the right
I made some changes in my project, which I don't want to keep. How can I replace the whole project with the one my team-mates uploaded to the GIT server. I cannot pull, I get this: Pull is not possib
My colleague has a repository and doing: $ git remote show origin outputs: * remote origin ... Remote branches: ... DowSzkDoZgl tracked IR-Prod tracked ... Local branches configured for 'git pull': Do
I am trying to set up a local repository (LOCAL_REPO) from some git branch (MASTER) which is to be used by a group of people. MASTER------>LOCAL_REPO To do this i did the following : git clone /p
I am trying to access commit history on a remote server on a particular branch and project...if I upload something from my local client I can see the commit history whenever I do git log,I read throug
after checkout to the desired branch: git checkout feature/myBranch I want to pull the project contained in this branch to my local repository, how can i do that please.
I have local clone of git repository where I created new tag. I didn't push that tag to remote repository. I would like to revert local list of tags to match remote. How can I achieve that? I have che
I have a remote production linux web server. On it, I have this setup implemented: I have a prime repository in web root, and hub attached to it. I also have a stagging .dev domain setup for a site, a
I have a four unsynced commits in Git, one ahead and three behind. I want to push the commit that is ahead to remote and delete the other commits from the remote branch. How can I do this?
All the remote branches are visible as remotes in my local git repository after a git fetch. How to selectively remove the remote branches in my local repository(not in the remote repository).
If I understand correctly, Git has two sorts of repositories: one called local, another called remote. My questions are extremely naive ones about the two types of repositories. Is that correct to say
I am trying to connect a remote server from local server with the help of python script. I created the script how to log in to the remote server automatically. But i don't know how to pass a variable
Update: I think this is related to an issue with the windows git client msysgit. Sorry to trouble you guys. http://code.google.com/p/msysgit/issues/detail?id=379&colspec=ID%20Type%20Status%20Prior
This is what i need to do. I have a project folder in my local drive. And my local git repo is somewhere else on the local drive. i need to push the project folder to remote git repo. Without creatin
git push origin master Total 0 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0) error: unable to resolve reference refs/heads/master: Permission denied remote: error: failed to lock refs/heads/master To git@remote-repo
I've read about git clean and git reset but I don't think they do what I need. I tried git pull but it didn't fix the issue (git pull results in: Already up-to-date.) My remote repo at github is fine.
I have to work on a project that is on a remote GIT repository. I have a development environment accessible via ssh: I would use git on it, but I like Eclipse EGit package so I would know if there's a
I have 2 branches in my local, for example: FirstApp SecondApp How to push both of them to remote repo? Do I also need to create two branches in remote as well? Many thanks!
On a CentOS Linux machine, developers have user accounts. They need to be able to use git on the local machine while logged in via ssh, but is there a way to prevent them from cloning their repositori
I have already seen: How to run GIT commands on remote repository - SSH into the server or git fetch; gitk --all Run git commands on remote working tree (GIT_WORK_TREE=/path) - the answer is abou
I'm a git noob so this might look like a silly question. I have local & remote git repositories. I want to sync my local repository with remote repository so that my local repository becomes 100%
I have remote origin with branches a, b and local branch a. I have finished working on local-a, and pushed it to remote-a. I now want to create a local branch b-myUserName based on remote b. How do I
I am trying to add a second local repo on my local machine. So I created a directory, made a git init there and then I ran : git remote add new_repo /path/.git Then from my local repo, I ran git push
I'm trying to do a git remote add from a repository that sits on a remote Amazon AMI back to a cloned copy of the SAME repository that is sitting on my local OSX machine. I'm confused about what file
If I have multiple local branches tracking a remote branch foo, does git fetch foo fetch foo for all the local branches that track it or just the one I am in at the time of the fetch? IOW, if I switc
I have a git repository on a remote server that I can SSH to. The remote repository is non-bare. I cloned the remote repository to my local machine. How can I tell the remote server to pull changes fr
I think I still have not fully understand how git works. Say, I have an index.html in my local directory home which also holds my local git repository. I constantly push my commit to a remote reposito
I have a remote git repository on bitbucket (it's private, so I can't share a link here, I'm afraid)... I have a couple of branches there, two of them are: master cert_creation Yesterday I was in th
I have a project on Bitbucket, since others developers works on the same project too I decide to go with branch in order to maintain develop branch as clean as possible and let developers play without
I have two postgresql databases, one on my local machine and one on a remote machine. If I'm connected to the local database (with psql), how do I execute a statement that inserts rows into a table on
My local git repository is inside encrypted volume. I would like to be able to run git pull --all only when the remote has new commits. However, I'm unable to use post-receive hook like here since I d
I don't understand what LOCAL and REMOTE mean in this context, and I have the feeling that git is buggy on this regard. I did changes to x.py. A colleague also changed the same file and committed and
I need to create project in which there are two databases local and remote. Remote database needs to be synchronized daily with local database reflecting changes made in local database. I am using JAV
When branch B does not exist locally, but is on the remote repo, git branch * A git branch -a * A remotes/origin/B How can i pull B to my local repo? Should i git checkout B first? Should i pull, wh