What's the difference between git -q pull and git pull?
I've seen this on a question about a git cronjob where
git -q pull origin master was being used. But I simply can't find anything on what the
-qparameter does? What difference is there in using, for example:
git pull origin master vs
git -q pull origin master?
Also does this parameter have some effect on the
git push command?
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Setup I've written a small script to do automatic pull/commit/push for some personal data. This script works great on my laptop (version 184.108.40.206-1) but on my server, the git pull command is failing wi
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I was taught that you could push to and pull from a remote branch matching the name of your current Git branch by doing: git push origin HEAD or git pull origin HEAD Its always worked for me before,
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I started using git sometime back and do not fully understand the intricacies. My basic question here is to find out the difference between a git pull and git pull --rebase , since adding the --rebase
In one of my iOS project I have add a sub-module added, lets say a friend of my wants to pull it including the submodule, how can he do this? Whenever I tried to download the zip file from github it d
When working with many projects and branches at the same time, I occasionally do stupid mistake like pulling into the wrong branch. For example being on branch master I did git pull origin dangerous_c
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I ve just changed PC, i installed git bash as always. And i got some wird problem. When i always was doing some git pull or git clone http:// link/repo.git everything worked fine. Atm i cant pull or c
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I would like to download the files that are the difference between two branches into a local folder. Is it possible with Git? Given the files are only added to the source branch, they are not changed.
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I used git pull email@example.com:myaccount/random.git for updating my local git directory. I found following result on shell Fast forward .htaccess | 2 +- folder_name/file1.php | 74 ++-------------- fo
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Previously I can pull from this repository but recently I got this error machine@bj ~/Desktop/rails-master (master) $ git remote add origin https://github.com/rails/rails machine@bj ~/Desktop/rails-ma
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