Differences between “git pull” commands when pulling from origin?
What are the differences between these commands?:
git pull origin
git pull origin master
git pull origin/master
git pull origin HEAD:master
I'm trying to pull code from my GitHub repo onto my server, but the pull keeps failing because of merge conflicts. I don't want to keep any of the changes that may have occurred on my local server sin
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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
So I've been running into some issues when I try to pull down changes from a bit bucket repo, I believe its something about the permissions on a shared folder that I do not have access to change. I ha
Sometimes I type accidentaly the wrong branch name, when I do git pull origin BRANCH. Is there a way to forbid git pull origin XXX when XXX is not the same branch I have currently checked on my l
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 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 am using git in my projects, whenever I try to pull from Xcode I get Uncommitted Changes and it prevents me from pulling/pushing. I try to commit and find one file with extension *.xcuserstate, th
I'm trying to update a git repo from a bash script and I've run into some trouble. I can run git pull and have it work if there is no other lines or characters after the git pull but if I say have #!/
I have made two commits in my git repository and push them to my git server the two commits are In first commit file A is committed In second commit file B is committed now on the other developmen
Whenever I have a Git error on pulling, where Updates were rejected because the tip of your current branch is behind is there any way to know what are the updates that have been done on the origin r
What is the difference between origin and upstream in github? When a git branch -a command is done, some branches have a prefix of origin (remotes/origin/..) while others have a prefix of upstream (re
I'm, not sure if this is possible, but I would like to knwo what version of a file I had before I did a git pull. For example I had a set of files which had been deployed to production by git pulling
I saw in a tutorial that a person used git push origin master but the remote branch was named o/master. There was no remote named origin, just o. Was that a mistake he made or does origin have a speci
Suddenly I can't fetch anymore from remote... $git fetch origin ! [rejected] master -> origin/master (non-fast-forward) I don't know what to look for or what happened, since it was working until n
After I have pulled from origin master branch(git pull origin master), how can I check the code difference between the version before pulled and the current version(after pulled)?
Pushing a commit to the remote origin displays the warning message: remote: Pull is not possible because you have unmerged files. remote: Please, fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm
I am getting the following error when trying to pull code from heroku git $ git pull --rebase Permission denied (publickey). fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Please make sure you have th
On my git, I have a file called b.txt On my local machine, I do not have this file. I tried git pull to retrieve the file from git and place it into the directory of my local machine, but it says: A
When I do git fetch, nothing happens, even though I can see that my origin/master is behind the one on GitHub. The only output I get from git fetch is $ git fetch origin From github.com:myname/myrepo
I'm locally working on a project, and pushing everything to a remote repository. I've recently found that my hosting provider offers a git client, so instead of generating and applying patches once in
When I develop on a branch at some point before the Pull Request I do: $> git checkout myBranch $> git pull $> git rebase origin/master # fix conflicts and --continue $> git push --force w
According to the documentation, git pull performs a git fetch then a git merge, however in that case performing git pull origin master should perform a git fetch origin master right? However, it does
What is the difference between doing: mkdir repo cd repo git init git remote add origin git://github.com/cmcculloh/repo.git git fetch --all git pull origin master and git clone git://github.com/cmccu
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Say you have a branch on your origin that has a ridiculously long name... $> git branch -a * master origin/master origin/branch-with-a-ridiculously-long-name And when you work on that branch local
What is the difference between git pull origin master and git pull origin/master ?
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Can someone clarify what's the exact difference between update and pull commands? Thanks.
On a particular project I am using git to work on a fork of a shared repo. On this fork only I (and occasionally a bot like requires.io) have pushed commits to origin/master, so there is on concern ab
Git diff seems to return different changes when comparing: git diff origin/master ... origin/branch git diff origin/master...origin/branch What's the difference between the two? For those that can't
I would like to use shortcuts or aliases for git commands. git diff git status git push git pull git stash git branch -a How do I create shortcuts or aliases, is there a predefined list?
Does anyone know of inexpensive origin pull CDN service providers. The only provider that I've found that provides this are SimpleCDN and Akamai. Akamai is crazy expensive and SimpleCDN seems to cha
I have a server where there's some config that I don't properly know where i just git pull and it gets what is in a github repo, then restart it in order to deploy. The thing is, there's a commit whic
How do you pull changes from the parent of a fork in Git, specifically in a github configured project? For example, say I forked http://github.com/originaluser/originalproject into http://github.com/m
How do I pull from another local repository in GIT? For example, I have cloned the origin repository on two computers. Then, I go ahead and make some changes and commit to the local repository of comp
I tried to clone or pull repository from GitHub but nothing happened and also no error :( git clone https://github.com/test/test.git test Cloning into 'test'... after this message nothing else. Any
I am trying to work with git-media. I have configured git media and added files to one repository so that those will go to separate location instead of storing in .git folder. This works fine. Now I h
When I run: git push origin branchname What exactly is origin and why do I have to type it before the branch name?
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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 am getting this error when trying to create a remote tracking branch git co -b release_2.6 origin/release_2.6 warning: refname 'origin/release_2.6' is ambiguous. warning: refname 'origin/release_2.6
i am wondering what happens if you squash between branches and push/pull from remote in between. DEVELOPER 1 1. $ git checkout foo 2. $ git commit -m 'changed file' file.txt $ git commit -m 'changed a
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