Git Pull - Everything up to date, but it's not
I'm trying to pull from a repository which has about 10 files. On my local repository, I only have one file. When I type
git pull origin master
I get back "Everything up to date"
However, I'm still missing those 9 or so files on the repository. Any ideas as to why this might happen?
I have a PHP file, hook.php, that looks like this: <?php `cd .. && git pull`; The file is located in /var/www/oliverash.me/site/. However, the git repository that needs to be pulled is /v
I have a cloned repo I use for the live site and I have it pull from a bare repo. For some reason every time I execute git pull I get the already up to date message. But it's not up to date and not
I need to move folders up with Git without losing history of Java codes. Currently: desktop: ~/projects/github/trunk/myapp The .git folder is there in trunk not in myapp (due to I just imported this
I have a central git repo set up using gitolite. I want to set up a hook such that whenever a user pushes to the repo, it performs a pull elsewhere followed by some automated testing. So far, I only w
I have very less experience with 'git'. There is a sub-directory in a git repository, and I want to pull that sub directory, but in the command git pull <file-name>, which file name should I spe
Hey I'm new to git and I need to undo a pull, can anyone help?!? So what I've done is... git commit git stash git pull --rebase git stash pop this created a bunch of conflicts and went a bit wrong.
Is there a way to set up a git repository, so that git pull defaults to one remote and git push defaults to another? I know I can set both by changing the value of the remote variable in branch sectio
I'm trying to take advantage of the subtree feature in git where I can have a repo that reference an other repo and thus appears to have all the files of both repos. I have read a couple of intros her
I am using tortoiseGit. I am facing some issue in Git-Pull. When I select Git-Pull, I get 1st window given in the screen shot & if I select okay then I get second window. This second window stays
I am facing a problem related to Git on Windows, am unable to pull the changes from the repo on git. Am able to add, commit and push my changes, but not pull. Its giving me an error: fatal: C:**\Git/
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?
I did a git pull from my upstream on a clean working directory and it presents me with merge conflicts. I spent about an hour manually resetting them thinking I had screwed something up and it happene
I run following bash script in cronjob to update my web site #!/bin/bash cd /home/username/public_html git pull origin master This cronjob is run every 5 minutes, so if i commit changed to git repo,
I was trying the Perfect Workflow, with Git, GitHub, and SSH, and i have everything set up, except running the command git pull from php. When i run exec('git pull') i get: Could not create director
I set up my php application on an elastic beanstalk environment. I configured the AWSDevTools to allow me command line git integration. I did my initial aws.push and all of the files got pushed up to
When I attempt to git pull origin [branch] in order to pull in changes to the repo, I am prompted for a password. My system password and just hitting enter return: fatal: Authentication failed. The
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 think I'm about fed up with GIT - I keep getting these obscure errors with no indication as to where or why. This last is on a pull on a cygwin side with GIT version 188.8.131.52 - I get an 'early eof' m
What is the right way? git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git pull git push Or git pull git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git push Or git add foo.js git pull git commit foo.js -
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
I've set up my repository in Git. I can commit to it just fine and dandy. However, when I make changes to my files (git status shows modifications), and I want to pull my repository and overwrite thos
I keep a Git server on Amazon EC2, and in order to push or pull to it I need to run ssh-add ~/.ssh/pem/Me.pem. Is there any way to add this .pem file to the Git config such that I won't have to run ss
I have git error: insufficient permission for adding an object to repository database .git/objects every time I make git pull origin develop. remote: Counting objects: 70, done. remote: Compressi
Is there a way to use git to pull new files and changes that others have made, without having to commit my changes? I'm fearful that my changes might mess things up..
How can I make a pull using Git GUI tool? It seems there is no pull command anywhere. Is there an equivalent menu option using Git GUI? Any help will be appreciated.
I am trying to maintain a bare copy of a Git repository and having some issues keeping the remote tracking branches up to date. I create the remote tracking branches like this: git branch -t 0.1 origi
From cygwin git on Win7 I'm trying to coordinate with my linux workstation. Both were cloned from the same upstream repository. First I do a git fetch origin, then try to fetch from my workstation.
I would like to refresh my local codebase with the code I have deployed to heroku and that is currently running. I did a git pull heroku master And reveived a message saying that everything is up
I have a set of web servers, and to keep the files up to date on the server, I use a windows scheduled task. The task calls a batch file which executes a git-pull command. This seems simple enough, bu
Using the github webhooks, I would like to be able to pull any changes to a remote development server. At the moment, when in the appropriate directory, git pull gets any changes that need to be made.
Help! My git repos are in a pickle! Pushing and pulling local and remote branches says Already up-to-date. But examining the files reveals differences between them. This is complicated by the fact tha
I have created a bare git repo on my EC2 instance, and I have pushed a branch from my dev machine to it. I can run git log on the server now and it looks up-to-date with everything. The dev machine no
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'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!
Suppose I have a locol git repo and a remote repo called hub. Also suppose my local repo has branch1, and branch2, where as the remote repo has branch1, branch2, and branch3. If I call git pull hub w
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
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 would like to put a placeholder into e.g. the footer.html and have it automatically replaced by the version tag set by git tag xy right after a git pull. ... something like a post pull procedure. Is
I followed the tutorial http://wiki.eclipse.org/EGit/User_Guide#GitHub_Tutorial to setup EGit with GitHub. When I want to pull I had the same problem described here: The current branch is not configur
Some time ago I've created the branch B, done some commits and pushed to bitbucket. In another place I've already had another version of the same repo, on branch master, here I just made git pull
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'm using git to track a project, and if it's possible, I'd like to set things up so git handles all my code staging, I can have a local repository for testing, and then push changes to the server wit
i have commits that are in a remote repository (origin/master) which i want to put in a branch created from that repository (origin/remote_branch). when i checkout to that remote branch git checkout -
Looking through the git-config variables and git-pull documentation I don't see a way to make git-pull pull verbose by default. Anybody know of a way?
So I'm new to working in Ruby on Rails. I committed everything and pushed it up to git, then my project reverted back to an old version. My most recent version is safely stored on git, but now all the
Whats the difference between using the following git commands git pull origin master git pull origin master:master Some observations 1) First one tells me if there any conflicts but the other simpl
My colleague tried to do a git pull from our master. He got this error: $ git pull fatal: loose object f7630cc30248df1e19bcb40c9de1b60b71cdfce1 (stored in ./objects/f7/630cc30248df1e19bcb40c9de1b60b71
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'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
How do I git pull something on a previous commit on a repository? I'm following a guide in which half of the code was outdated and the other half is not. So I need to send that one half back to its pr