Cannot add SQL file to Git repository?
I need to add a SQL file to my Git repository. For some reason Tower or Git on the command line does not see that I've added a new file whenever it ends in .sql.
I've tried creating an empty .sql and removed everything in .gitignore, but it still doesn't see it.
I am trying to add a git submodule to my project, but git keep telling me $ git submodule fatal: cannot describe 'dd650e8bb4762a8a7f69a6412b4765c9bb108778' What means fatal: cannot describe and how
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I made a new repository and I'm running into a strange error. I've used git before on bitbucket but I just reformatted and now I can't seem to get git to work. After doing a commit, I had to add my em
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I got fatal: Not a git repository when performing git add node_modules, which is a node module directory. it looks like one of the modules triggers this msg: /Users/Mathias/Projects/punycode.js/.
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Through Xcode 4.3 ->file -> source control -> repositories -> clone repository, I've cloned a repository from codesion.com. but when I go a git init or git add, the error -bash: git: comma
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I wanted to add screen shot of that, but i didn't have that much reputation as I am new to this. I am getting fatal message i.e not a git repository, when I am typing git add . in git command prompt
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Can we use quilt to push/add to local git repository? If yes, kindly help me to specify the commands and any URL/link will be of immense help. Thanks in advance.
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suppose I have a remote repository (git@server:project.git) with following structure: ./client ./server And then I created a local repository in directory ~/myproject/test using git init; git add . ;
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A few days ago I created a repository on Github, then followed the steps to add my existing solution to it. I have no idea what I did wrong, but after a few random 'git add' commands and whatnot, I no
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There exists an unique identifier for files in a Git Repository? This unique identifier must be the same after some commits (modifying file), after reneming and moving that file. There it exists? I tr
I would like to use Git in my local computer such that, H:\Projects\projectname will be my server-like repository and I would like work by cloning this repo to C:\Users\xxx\AptanaProjects\projectname
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I have uploaded Drupal theme in sandbox. My total theme file size is less than 1MB, but inside .git folder have pack files (file size is 21MB). How to reduce pack file size? git gc git repack git veri
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