Git pull to index
Is there a way to pull remote changes to the index instead of directly creating a new commit?
Ideally it would be like applying a patch with the remote contents, but not modifying your local history.
I've set up a git repo via ssh on an Ubuntu box I'm using as a media center/backup server. the steps I took were: cd repos git init <repoName> cd <repoName> git config --bool core.bare tru
I got this error and now I'm scared. $ git pull Already up-to-date. $ git push To email@example.com:Unroll-Me/unrollme_thumbnail_generator.git ! [rejected] master -> master (non-fast-forward)
What are the differences between these commands?: # 1 git pull # 2 git pull origin # 3 git pull origin master # 4 git pull origin/master # 5 git pull origin HEAD:master
Is it possible to use such configuration? Or there are no advatages between ssh:// and git://?
When I run git pull origin test, I get fatal: unable to connect to cache daemon: Permission denied followed by the prompt for the github username and password. The directory is located under my homef
I generally do the git pull command to fetch+merge with my local repositor from remote repo Does git pull fetches+merges all the branches from github repo or just do the operation specifically for th
For some reason, whenever I git pull to update my codebase, instead of it invoking the usual sort of pull from origin/master to master I'm prompted to specify commit history with all of the usual merg
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 am using git to cooperate with other users, but today I cannot get the latest change on some files using git pull, and I cannot see the changes in git log. What could be the issue?
I'm working with a git repo that has an empty master and multiple branches. When I do a git pull, it only seems to pull stuff down for the master but does not apply for the branches. I find myself hav
Hey all, this is quick one, since I'm quite new to git. I have a repo setup on a server (A) where access is via ssh rsa keys. I have a few users there including myself. Now I do git clone on my local
Can anyone please help me understand this ? I am trying to follow the instruction from git api webpage in attempt to get some commits values from git api. ( I want to get all the branch names, usernam
Our company is using git for source control and on my machine I can push and pull to the server without entering a password everytime, however one of my colleagues has to repeatedly enter a password w
I have a repository, say abc/myprject.git. I have this repo on a server from where I pull my code. Now I have forked this repository, naming it chirag/myproject.git. I have two questions, with regards
I understand git pull will update the working branch to the tip of a remote branch that it tracks. So let's say if I do git pull, it will pull in all the latest changes. In my case, it will pull in 5
I'm new to Git and using the Windows Gui. After making several commits, I made an uncommitted change I don't like. How do I fetch my last local commit and overwrite the working copy with it?
I'm totally messed with my git repository. I can't push / pull remote branch..it disappeared from git extensions... I use Git Extensions 2.33 , msysgit Git-1.7.11-preview20120710.exe C:\Program Files
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 have been experiencing the following problem when updating a local repository with PULL operation in GIT .I work on local files.Then some team member which works from remote submits the updated vers
I have a git repository that has dev, test and staging branches that get pulled to a vhost on a server. I need to be able to git pull on the server using my user account but for the files that are pul
I updated index of some files to untrack them from git. Unfortunately, those files are still in circulation on some commits by teammates. This means that if I pull changes, even though I've ignored th
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.
I'd like to use git submodule. The steps I need to take to push my changes to my project are add/commit/push from submodule directory add/commit/push from parent directory Steps I need to take to
I'm pretty new to git so not sure how to fix the current problem I find myself in. I was told to do a git pull --rebase git push To merge my local commits to the ones on the server. Now however, all
I am new to git tortoise, and I have a few question from the training I received on git tortoise. I was told to always do a git pull right before push. However, if I make some changes to the code on
I have a web server that serves a project that is a git repository. When I do some changes to the code I then do a git pull from the server. Sometimes the new code just crashes, I would like to be abl
I am running a git pull, but i am getting the following error: error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: config.js Please, commit your changes or stash them befo
I have setup my local branch to track remote branch. when I do git pull, it said 'Already up-to-date'. But when I do git log, the latest checkin is on Dec 21, 2012'. And when I do git log remotes/bran
I wrote a post-receive hook to pull from central when somebody else is pushing. My problem is that I see: remote: git: 'pull' is not a git command. See 'git --help'. However, when I pull manually, ev
Another question said git pull is like a git fetch + git merge. But what is the difference between git pull VS git fetch + git rebase?
I want to install a git pull request with pip for testing in my local virtualenv. I want to install it directly from github, without creating a local git repository.
I use Git and GitHub to push changes I make on my local web development environment to my GitHub account and from there I pull these updates to my live production site. I am working with WordPress, so
I was wondering if anyone knows of a library or how to perform a get pull request with pure PHP, without git being installed on the server. First of all, is this even possible? I have seen the odd cla
I used git pull firstname.lastname@example.org: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
My personal repository has some repositories as submodules. And the following command $ git submodule foreach git pull origin master was faced with the following result right after entering ruby repo
I'm using windows as my OS. I'm working on a project with a friend who's using a Mac. He checked in code to our Github. i was trying to git pull everything and it aborted with filename too long erro
I'm just wondering what are more reasons to use git pull --rebase instead of git pull except this weird merge commits that appear when you do just git pull? Thanks!
I'm a newbie in using git version control, I got this error when running git pull origin master, this is the error : From /opt/mygit/abc * branch master -> FETCH_HEAD error: Untracked working tree
This question already has an answer here: What are the differences between 'git pull' and 'git fetch'? 19 answers git pull keeping local changes 4 answers How can I pull only unchanged file
I have a repository A, and a clone of it, named B. Then, I have edited a file in the A and not commit it. My question is if I can run git pull in B to get the edition in the A?
I'm currently using a file on my mac to pull from my (bitbucket) repository to my server. The file looks like this (it's called makefile): PUB_DIR=the/path/to/my/relevant/files server-pull: @ssh -t
I have a remote git server that has been working great for months. Earlier today a couple of my teammates said they were having trouble with git pull for one of our projects. I am testing it now and I
Sometimes when doing a git pull/merge/checkout I get an error that one or several files can not be created due to permissions. They are probably locked by some process. If the printout is a long one I
I am working on a GIT branch that has some broken tests, and I would like to pull (merge changes, not just overwrite) these tests from another branch where they are already fixed. I know I can do git
I have a CENTRAL bare repo that has 3 developer repositories pulling and pushing to it normally. I also have 2 other repositories that pull from the CENTRAL bare repo: one is the live server and the o
I'm configuring calimoucho (a little play continuos integration server), and for it to work I need to run a command to pull a cloned git hub repository from outside it. to be more precise, I'll explai
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
With Git I have done a pull on the other developers branch, then I merged into my branch. When I ran the app I realized the other developer forgot to check in a new resource, he promptly checked it in
I am on a Minimac 10.8.5 and I can execute git pull without username/password prompt. But if I do an ssh user@localhost where user is my self, when I execute git pull I am prompt for username/
Using git 2.1.1 over NFS with a bare master repository. Users are occasionally seeing an otherwise successful 'git pull --ff-only' into a repository with no outstanding or un-pushed changes of any ki