Pull locally with Git Gui?
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 am looking for some advise with git and push/pull and trying to get my head around the correct flow. I have a Master branch hosted on codebasehg. So locally I am working and commiting and pushing. F
I'm just learning Git and would like to remove my first project from git gui.
I just ran git pull --rebase and forget to specify origin. It looks like git pulled from all different branches. Is there a way to revert my repo from here to undo the pull? Thanks
I want to know if my branches are synced with the remote: git pull -v From ... = [up to date] master -> origin/master = [up to date] release -> origin/release I read the above output like: OK,
I am working to automate the task of 'git pull' from bit-bucket server to my godaddy shared hosting. I have installed Git on Godaddy server and able to 'git clone', 'git pull' etc from command line re
Since last 5 years i have been working with SVN and i am new boy to GIT i have few confusions regarding git repository usage for basic operations and by looking at many tutorial and videos could not f
I'm stumped by this code, which works locally but not remotely. <?php shell_exec('/usr/bin/git pull ssh://my.git.server/git/test-theme /home/dsgit1/wp-content/themes/test-theme' 2>&1); ?>
I want to edit git history: change commit's authors (someone they're marked incorrectly) etc. Is there any GUI for git, focused not on pull & push current commit, but on history editing? P.S. I
I'm trying to do a git pull and I'm getting error: Your local changes to 'someDir/someFile' would be overwritten by merge. Aborting. this is fine since I need to check these changes and decide whether
I am working with github repsitories but have bit confusion in origin & upstream; and tell me if I am working in BRANCH_B then is there any need to add origin keyword to pull or push? $ git pull
I recently forked a repository. The repository has been updated and I would like to have the updated version. When I git pull, does it pull from my repository on github? Or will it pull from the forke
In over my head here. My repo was public, but is now private. I'm trying to pull from origin on my CentOS box via command line. When I try to do git pull origin I get: error: The requested URL return
I was trying to create a cronjob with a task to do a git pull every minute to keep my production site in sync with my master branch. The git pull needs to be done by the system user nobody, due to th
I know of some people who use git pull --rebase by default and others who insist never to use it. I believe I understand the difference between merging and rebasing, but I'm trying to put this in the
What is the best strategy for tracking along with a public project that you are making local changes to? I want to be able to put the public version on a private server, so that my devs can pull it fr
Say there are two repositories X and Y with a file structure like below. X-+ |- /A |- /B |- /C Y-+ |- /E |- /F |- /G I know it's possible to pull X into Y and git will merge the files. Is it possibl
Easily the most difficult problem to diagnose that I have EVER experienced. I seem to be unable to call: exec('call git pull', $output); The process hangs and tends to take IIS with it. exec('call gi
I'd like something like git blame for pull requests. In order to audit changes on a file, I need to annotate a file with references to the pull request (rather than the commit) that merged each chan
hello all you gitters, i worked with svn till today so i'm not so familiar with the advanced features of git... i want to clone a repo of some files that i use in my project my project is also in a re
I'm working a small drupal site, and I'm trying to pull and push changes from my local Windows box to a remote shared hosting account on HostGator (linux). I have installed the git bash on my machine,
I am trying to create an upstart conf to both do a git pull on a local git repository and then start daemontools svscan. They nee to be done in that order because the daemon processes rely n havin
I cloned a https github repository while at work. At work I can pull/push without issues. However, when I go home 'git pull' just hangs. Wireshark doesn't show any traffic going out over https. I don'
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'm trying to gain a more thorough understanding of git. Can someone give me a simple line-by-line explanation of what basic git pull output means? Example: remote: Counting objects: 11, done. remote
I have a git repository that contains other git repositories. Are there commands that recursively push and/or pull for not only the meta-repository but the sub-repositories?
What is the difference between git pull origin master and git pull origin/master ?
Already checked those questions: When should I use git pull --rebase? Git commits are duplicated in the same branch after doing a rebase When will `git pull --rebase` get me in to trouble? but what i
while pulling into my git repository from our central server, this error occured: $ git pull origin master From http://aaa/repo * branch master -> FETCH_HEAD error: unable to resolve reference ORIG
I need delete file from filesystem which is tracked by Git repository and I want leave that file in Git repository unchanged (no commit to repo). It's easy for locally modified file where I'm using as
I am using git GUI. How can I implement the git bash command git pull --rebase? I am going to use this command before push.
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 e
I'm still fairly new to Git, so please excuse my idiocy. I ran into an issue with pulling changes from the remote repository. I had previously done alot of changes to a particular file and a team memb
Pulling without any local commits deletes staged files without warning. How can one recover those files? Here is an example showing the issue: ~/git $ git --version git version 18.104.22.168 ~/git $ uname -
How do I pull from heroku? I have wordpress running in my heroku app and i changed some stuff via the template editor. I'd like to have these changes also locally. When i try to pull from heroku i get
I made a new branch counterflow on my local machine and edited my .git/config file to look like: [core] repositoryformatversion = 0 filemode = true bare = false logallrefupdates = true [remote orig
on my new computer, I setup git and my putty.exe and ssh key etc. just fine. So I do a: git pull origin and then at the command prompt, I am asking for a password. I have no idea what password it wan
This question already has an answer here: Pull a specific commit from a remote git repository 3 answers I create an empty new repository locally, I add a remote repository. Now instead of cloni
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.
Is it possible to have git pull and git push in one git command? The syntax like git pull & git push doesn't suit me completely, since I need to provide my credentials to the server twice: on pull
I'm new on programming and I'm developing a Django Web app. I'm using git too, but everytime I do sudo git pull origin master I have to edit the settings.py to change the production file settings. Wha
Is there a way to start gitk on the master branch of a repo from git gui command line ? I had a look at the doc, the only thing that seems possible is to open a browser on the repo, not showing histor
I need to fetch everything from a few different, distinct repositories (all remote branches and all changes to those branches). I tried git pull --all but for some reason, I get the following message:
What I'm trying to do is have a master repo with root dir named 'lib', within this are 2 sub-directories 'js' and 'html'. When creating local/dev branches based on 'lib', I need to pull the master 'ht
Is there a good way to checkout revisions of a specific file in git gui like an add tool or something? Tried adding a new tool as: git checkout $REVISION $FILENAME But it only allows branch revisions
How does one revert a remote git repo after a reset done locally? We had accidentally pushed changes to master branch. I've reverted the code in the local branch to the last good commit. Now, I am try
This question has been asked a few times but i haven't found my specific use case: I do have a nas which has gitosis and serves as a git master. I have a laptop and a desktop, on the laptop I do have
I am reasonably new to Git and recently forked a project from GitHub, made some changes and submitted a pull request back to GutHub. The changes that I made I am now using in an application that I am
As far as I see, git pull someRemote master tries to merge the remote branch into mine. Is there a way to say Completely discard my stuff, just make me another clone of the remote using git pull? I
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
Is there any way to revert or undo git pull so that my source/repos will come to old state that was before doing git pull ? I want to do this because it merged some files which I didn't want to do so,