find number of git pull/fetch from your repo
Is there a way to find how many times people have fetched/pulled from your git repository? I see a "Pull Requests" tab. Is that it?
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
I have forked a git repo. Is the forked repo automatically updated if the origin has updates? Or should I perform some commands in cmd to make this forked repo updated? What are this commands?
I'm setting up a git repo on my server for my work with contiki. It should be accessible from multiple machines so I made a bare clone from the contiki repo, created a new branch and commited my chang
Do you know that is there any repo(git, or something else) of the GAE python SDK? it's annoying to always download zip file(~23MB) when new version is released :P thanks in advance
I deleted a file from my local workspace and then realized I needed it. I have not commited or pushed to the repo yet, so I would like to get that file back to my local workspace. My issue is my local
Has anyone experience with Capistrano deployment from a Git repository over HTTP? The following deploy.rb is not working: set :repository, 'http://git.repository-domain.com:4442/git/repo.git' set :scm
If the correct security concerns are put in place, is there any reason to not serve a directory that contains a GIT repo of production code. The directory is a webroot of an application but if one use
I created a new Team Project on Visual Studio Online that I have connected to in Visual Studio 2013. Using the IDE, I cloned a local Git repo (that was pulled down from GitHub) into the Local Git Repo
Lets say I had the following files on my local machine's repo: index.php home.php text.php I committed the all changes and the Github repo (origin) was an exact replica of my this local machine's rep
I have several working trees cloned from a remote repo. Had these been cloned from the same local repo I would save a lot of disk space as the clone op would have hard-linked the repo files. Is it pos
I have a Git repo that I have deleted four files from using rm (not git rm), and my Git status looks like this: # deleted: file1.txt # deleted: file2.txt # deleted: file3.txt # deleted: file4.txt How
I have cloned a git repository(which is in our local server) in my machine. I want to sync the latest changes from remote repository into our local server first and then on to my machine; Because ser
I am working on a git repository which contains huge number of files changed b/w one commit to another, how to extract the number of files changes b/w commits.
After upgrading Egit in Eclipse Indigo I can't delete a repo from inside Eclipse once it's been created. If I right-click on the repo from the git repositories view and go to delete, nothing happens.
Here's the setup: We have a documentation team, who works in their own git repository. In the main product repository we have master and beta branches, beta was branched from master at merge ID 12345.
Muhammed-Bhikhas-MacBook-Pro:mashs_wing_ranch BH1KH4$ git remote -v heroku firstname.lastname@example.org:sleepy-cliffs-9120.git (fetch) heroku email@example.com:sleepy-cliffs-9120.git (push) origin firstname.lastname@example.org:gentl
Our company just moved to Git. It now appears we should have sorted out our .gitignore file before starting to check code in. We now have several projects in the Git repo, including their Maven target
I'm trying to find out exactly when some part of a site went live by looking at the git logs. My setup is like this: - I have a local git repo where I'm doing development and testing and committing ch
My heroku repo grew to 1.5gb, so the nice fellows at heroku support cleared out the remote heroku repo and suggested I push a fresh copy. However, the results of du -h .git locally show .git to be 27
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?
I accidentally got a repo in a bad state when trying to move a project from using ant to maven. Now, I would like to clear the repo and startover from scratch. Being new to git, I am a little cautious
I found some way to update fork from the original repo on github (let's say jay is name of the original repo's owner): git remote add --track master jay git://github.com/jay/repo_name.git git fetch
I'm looking for a way to permanently (i.e. no git-svn will be used after the import and the repo will be cloned again to get rid of all git-svn remainders) migrate one of my SVN repositories to git. U
Is svn-rebasing-and-pushing from multiple clients to the same Git repo vulnerable to race conditions if both clients try to svn-rebase and push concurrently? Here's more info: I'm setting up a GitHub
I thought there would be an obvious solution but can't seem to find it. I have a repo with a configfile that changes from machine to machine - I I do git rm --cached myconfig.conf and make a file call
If I have a Git repo on a directory say /app1 is it possible to create a sub-repo on a directory /app1/framework, basically I want to keep the framework inside of the parent directory, but I want to b
I have added a new GIT repo (private github repo) to Eclipse EGit repo explorer. In the working directory, our team has many projects - some python, some C++, some PHP - they are in different sub-dire
Example: Repo-A has a File-A I would like to include in Repo-B. Whenever Repo-A updates File-A, I would like File-A in Repo-B to reflect those changes. Reason: I'm using hardlinked files to manage my
I want to know how to add a remote git repo via intelliJ, not through the git bash. Now, from what I've seen in this tutorial, it can be done, but whenever I try to push, the dialogue never comes up.
What's a simple way to find the size of my git repository? And I don't mean du -h on the root directory of my repo. I have a lot of ignored files so that size would be different from my total repo siz
I know git would get slow when the repo get bigger. But why? As git stores files as separate directories and files under .git, i can not find out why the operations get slowwer. Let's have a look at t
I'm working on an iOS project and am using git to do version control. I'm working on this with another developer. Which Xcode project files should I keep in the repo and which ones can I exclude so th
I would appreciate it if someone could tell me how I could delete every single file/folder on my GitHub repo without actually deleting the repo itself. I want to delete all history associated with tho
After copying my GIT repo from a PC computer onto my MAC, i can't seem to import it to an eclipse. Import happens via eGit plugin directly from existing local git repository. Same exact import works p
Say I have Project1 in a git repo. Within Project1 there is a subfolder that I want to include in Project1+ (Project2, Project3, etc.) By include I don't mean copy-and-paste. I want a reference to P
I've been using git-p4 to clone parts of a Perforce repo into a git repo. The tree I've checked out has the following Perforce branch structure: repo/releaseA repo/releaseB repo/featureA repo/fea
My git repo got corrupted while running a find and replace command (See here: Git reset failing after find and replace). So I deleted some pack files about which git told me that there were not reacha
I am currently looking into distributed source code models and am wondering when the user 'commits' from their local repo to the main 'trunk'. Does their copy of the local repo stay in tact on the use
I have the content of a git repo (i.e.:working directory) that was exported as a tar.gz archive, and I would like to verify to which tag or commit the archive really correspond to. I don't think I can
I am trying to figure out a git workflow. At the moment we have a httpdocs directory with the old legacy live site, which we don't want to be part of a git repo. I have been building a newer mobile pl
(Editing the question :) I have 2 repository in github, These repositories are http://github.com/abc.git and http://github.com/xyz.git. Now the repository abc.git was the main repo for the project.
I'm trying to use git in a way that keeps some subdirectories in a project secret/hidden from untrusted users, but visible to other trusted users. Note that this is not just write protection; the
I have a git repo, and my company assigned me an empty svn repo to store my code in. So what I'd like to do is just add that svn repo as a remote to my existing git repo and then push to it. Now, all
Starting from scratch, setup git on my Windows workstation and have been following the instructions on http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-on-the-Server-Getting-Git-on-a-Server to setup my bare repo. Was a
This question already has an answer here: How to remove/delete a large file from commit history in Git repository? 6 answers Edit the root commit in Git? 5 answers It seems that my initial
I'm trying to ensure that a GIT web hook I've written will still be usable for a site when the GIT repo itself is the user's home directory in a cPanel server. In prior cases I've always had the repo
Say I have a file in a git repo: #file.py setting1 = default1 setting2 = default2 <some code> Now I want to make some local changes that don't get pushed back into the repo #file.py - local cha
I have a local project source controlled with Git. I have a remote repo set up to point to a Dropbox directory(I know using Dropbox is not optimal but it's just easier for my particular circumstances)
I have a git repo that contains a grunt task that uses Bower to check out and arrange code from other git repos. For testing purposes, I would like to have several sources in a fixtures directory. Som
I created a remote git repository and proceeded to push code to it from the wrong local repo. The local repo is fine I just want to remove the content I pushed to the remote and start over. I have tri