Does GitHub support git:// protocol for pull?
Is it possible to use such configuration? Or there are no advatages between ssh:// and git://?
I want to programmatically get a list of open pull requests for a specific private github repository - ours, as it turns out. I assume I can only do this via the github api (http://developer.github.co
I develop on my Mac and push it to Github. I login to my server by SSH and I git pull the changes to the server. I want the changes to automatically be pulled to the server when I push them to Github
I'm fairly new to Git and was hoping someone can help me. We are working with an external provider and there code is on github which has a couple of branches (say branch1 and branch2). We plan on havi
Is there a performance difference between using the SSH protocol (ssh://) or the Git (git://) protocol for pushing? If I want to use Git, don't I have to setup the git server dameon and open that port
Is it possible to pull specific files or changes from another users working directory using thier Local IP address? e.g. git pull http://192.168.1.101/sandbox/somefile.php It should be noted that bo
How can I download the changes contained in a Github pull request as a unified diff?
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does JGit support Git Credentials as documented here: http://git-scm.com/docs/gitcredentials? I haven't found yet anything to this topic. Thanks, Oli
I've been following the basics of git but something confuses me. I created a repository on github.com. Then i opened my console and used the following commands: cd into/my/dir git add . git commit -m
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 have a git server and it has a user called git For remote clients, they use git@gitserver to clone, push and pull. For this to work, I need to give the password for user git. Is there a better way o
How can I use SCTP protocol in Android? I'm already aware that that Android systems don't support SCTP by default, however it's may be possible to enable it by inserting SCTP kernel module, or rebuil
After pulling from a git server, I'm trying to get a list of all changed files. I don't need any specific parts of code, just a list of files (with some kind of indication as to wether it's been added
I'd like to know if I can send a pull request to a GitHub project from a forked repo that DOES NOT exist on GitHub ? i.e - the project is forked from GitHub, but it does not exist on the GitHub server
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 learning git and have found a great series of articles at http://gitimmersion.com/. However there are a few questions surrounding git properties that I'm still not quite understanding. Propert
:) I have a production *nix server that gets the updated files from github using git pull. My problem is that there are outdated versions of some plugins in app/code/community/, which would be pul
I believe git ftp support is a somewhat recent addition, but the git push docs do clearly state that Git natively supports ssh, git, http, https, ftp, ftps, and rsync protocols. (emphasis added) How
One of the goals of git is to be decentralized. If Github is to be the ... hub of git, then maybe it could take into account that there are other hubs out there, and allow pull requests to happen on g
I have forked someone's GIT repository: https://github.com/nippysaurus/toodledo-objc Cloned it to my local machine, showing the origin with the following information: * remote origin Fetch URL: https
I followed the instructions on github set up. and everything went fine until i got to git push origin master. When i typed that in i got the error message: **To https://github.com/anc1revv/Dash-Webs
Is there any way to set up git such that it listens for updates from a remote repo and will pull whenever something changes? The use case is I want to deploy a web app using git (so I get version cont
I have a remote branch where I pushed up changes from my local, then realize there was changes to master so i checkin to master run git pull then go back to my local branch and run git rebase master,
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 would like to clone a repo from github. Problem is I don't want the main branch, I want the version in this unapproved pull request. Is it possible for me to clone the pull request version instead o
I forked an existing repository and then cloned it. I, then made the changes to the code and then pushed the changes to my forked repository. I then created a pull request to the base repo. After the
I am new to the world of Git, GitHub and Heroku. So far, I am enjoying this paradigm but coming from a background with SVN, things seems a bit complicated to me in the world of Git. I am facing a prob
This question already has an answer here: Undo git pull, how to bring repos to old state 3 answers I was working on production server on master branch. Accidently I did git pull origin newbran
I am new to Git and I am using EGit eclipse plugin to commit. I modified few files and I stashed the changes, then I did git pull in command line which pulled up all the latest commits. Then I did App
I have created a pull request on Github. I have 2 commits in the pull request. How (if it is possible) can I merge only the first commit, and then create a second pull request for the second commmit.
I started using git sometime back and do not fully understand the intricacies. My basic question here is to find out the difference between a git pull and git pull --rebase , since adding the --rebase
While using git in a collective environment, in which several team members are working on the same project, when would be the best time to commit, push and pull so that one does not make other team
Let's say I have a Github repository. I make a clone of the original. I fork the Github repository to make a second repository. I make a change to the clone of the original. Push those changes to Git
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
I have looked, searched, and read documentation and can't really find anything about this. Basically, I want to be able to do this: git reset -- *.exe or git reset -- */some_executable.exe Instead o
Does the official GitHub Windows client replace the git command line in whole or in part? The main page here does not say: http://windows.github.com/ And I can't find this info elsewhere. I could sim
I've just installed a new extension in magento, committed and pushed. It's on a staging branch of github. I've pulled it on my staging server using git pull origin staging and it just broke my websi
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Trying to get a real handle on git : ) Is git pull a repository wide operation? Meaning, does it update your local branches (which are tracking remote branches) across the repository, or does it only
I'm looking for a clean way to import one git repository from another, where both repositories exist on github. The two repositories are private, in case it matters. The idea is that one repository re
I am using Git on Windows. After numerous local changes and committing them locally I performed a Git pull from our remote repository. I found that after doing this and having a few conflicts, large a
My task is to move our repositories from public github to a private instance of github on our local net. My thought is to move them with git clone --bare <github-repo-url> git push --mirror <
I'm no git expert by any means, so I want to make sure the following flow is good: Find a repo I want to contribute to. (original repo) Fork the original repo on github. (my fork) Clone my fork to my
I'm used to running git pull and other commands from within a branch I'm working on. But I have set up a development server that several people work on, so I don't want to have to switch branches when
The Scenario: Someone makes a pull request to my repo on github I pulled the pull request locally to a feature branch Rebased the branch and squashed all commits to a single good one Merged the featu
I am working with two collaborators in a git repository. I recently committed some changes locally, then pulled from our github repo of the work. This caused a couple of conflicts which I resolved. Ho
I uses github to transfer files from local to server. I just uses git pull origin master on server to pull from github but now I have made some changes on files on server (edited few/deleted few as
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
Using git pull used to pull from the remote repository as expected - now, it's asking me to use git pull origin master. I don't quite understand the instructions it's giving me, saying I can add somet
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?