Can I unpopulate a Git submodule?
Once I run
git update submodule
can I do anything to make it go back to the way it was before init and update?
I am new to git but have spent a good deal of time reading through documentation and gotchas on git submodules before trying them. I am having a problem that I feel -- probably naively -- is a bug in
I would like to change the directory name of a git submodule in my git superproject. Lets suppose I have the following entry in my .gitmodules file: [submodule .emacs.d/vimpulse] path = .emacs.d/vim
I have some trouble with a git repository that contains several submodules. The super git repository was constructed with the commands mkdir projectname cd projectname git init git submodule add ssh:/
I have one GIT repository: my_git_repo and I added a submodule: my_git_repo\submodule That is OK, now: Is possible to add files (and change ?) to submodule but keep the tracking in the parent my_git_
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I'm trying to add a submodule https://bitbucket.org/hski/issuestats-public/wiki/Home With the following command git submodule add email@example.com:hski/issuestats-public.git issuestats I'm getting t
Because I don't want to spend +$12 for the simple-to-use github.com private hosting, I place a lot of my code libraries in small repositories on a shared hosting account. This allows me to have as man
This question already has an answer here: Git commit to common submodule (master branch) 1 answer I have, in my naivety, set up a git submodule and treated it like a Subversion external - i.e.
Where does the super-repo keep track of what commit each submodule is at? I dont see any of that info in .gitmodules What I want to achieve is if I tag the super-repo, with say 1.0-alpha, then it
Let's assume that I have two Git repositories, A and B. B is a submodule of A. For the sake of simplicity, let's also assume that I have a magic function, get_sha_B that, given an SHA commit from A, r
Suppose you have a repository called super and a submodule called sub. Stand in super, I'd like to know if sub last commit is already pushed to the repository or if it's local.
I'm trying to setup a git deploy setup, wherein I push my changes when ready to a git repo on a staging server, that then uses a post-recieve hook to deploy the code from the various branches to the a
I need to clone a repository from Github and am using Git Shell provided with the Github for Windows package. The repository contains submodules and I don't know why, (first time) I cannot use submodu
When I roll back my git working directory to a particular commit, the submodule shows as modified. The submodule is checked in and has no modified files, but it's at different commit than it needs t
In my web app project I have Google minify set up as a git submodule; the idea is that I can keep the minify library up to date by simply running git submodule update. My problem is I have made local
I'm having an issue with creating a submodule in my project. If I create the submodule directly in the repository root, everything works fine. If the submodule is any deeper, the repository does not g
I am fairly new to Git and trying my best to find some documentation on this problem to no avail. Here's my command: MyUser@MyPlace /e/SourceControl/EventStore (master) $ git submodule add https://git
I have an iOS project hosted on Bitbucket which uses MapBox-iOS-sdk which I incorporated as a git submodule. The commit I track is on a develop branch, not the release branch. Say, some times later wh
I have a git project, we will call it 'A', that has a submodule, which we will call 'B'. I have been following the guide from, http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Tools-Submodules, and all of the questions
I have a project with a submodule that is pointing to an invalid commit: the submodule commit remained local and when I try to fetch it from another repo I get: $ git submodule update fatal: reference
Is it possible to execute a read inside a git foreach? git submodule foreach 'read -p test; echo $REPLY' does not work at all as the read gets the input from git itself - which is the objname and h
I'm trying to combine code on two branches with the 'git merge' command, but git is crashing during the process. I need to find an alternative way to merge these branches. To increase merge output to
I am new to using Git and now i am trying on my repositories. I have a repository where I have put many folders in it. Now in my new project, I want to grab specific folders from that repository. Can
Is there a built-in way (or a simple script) that won't let me check in if any of the submodules have modified files? As it stands now, I have useless commits, since I cannot return to the submodule's
I have, for the last year, TouchJSON via a submodule. I no longer need to use the library and want to remove it but I am not sure if doing this: How do I remove a git submodule? will remove even the '
Given a git repository, with a directory in which I've checked out a submodule, how can I rename the top level directory? $ git init Initialized empty Git repository in /home/work/asdasd/.git/ $ mkdir
When I run git submodule update No submodule mapping found in .gitmodules for path 'Classes/lib/AFKissXMLRequestOperation' But I have no submodule Classes/lib/AFKissXMLRequestOperation in current rep
I do the following string of commands for git and my fingers are getting tired of typing them. :) git add . git commit -m 'Some message' git push cap deploy How can I combine those (including adding
Recently in git 1.7.8, a change was introduced to handle submodules differently than before - https://lkml.org/lkml/2011/12/2/316 When populating a new submodule directory with git submodule init
I have 5 submodules and a git submodule update takes 6-8 seconds. The same git submodule update command on the same repo in ubuntu 13.10 takes 0.4 seconds. In order to resolve this, I've tried everyth
I have a root folder with a git/ folder and one submodule (mymodule). mymodule has its own git/ folder, too. git status shows: # modified mymodule (untracked content) Then I have removed a git folder
One of my git submodules is always checking out a particular commit: First, it appears modified in the main repository: % git status On branch master Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 3 comm
When I run git submodule update --init first time on a projects which have a lot of submodules, this usually take a lot of time, because most of submodules are stored on slow public servers. Is there
To get a project started, I had to perform git submodule init followed by git submodule update . But now that the cat's out of the bag, I was wondering if there's something I have to do to pack it bac
I have a git repository with an attached working tree that I'm pushing to a bare repo on a remote. The repository includes a submodule. At the remote end: I check out the repo to a working tree git ch
I'm using a git submodule (let's call it SubmoduleRepo) so that I can include my module in couple of projects. I can commit to SubmoduleRepo from any project that uses it. I can update, commit and pu
i've got a real fun git layout for my android project... everything has been working beautifully. the structure is essentially 1 master project with a couple inner submodules. one of the inner submodu
Someone please help me understand submodules in git. I know they are getting a lot of bashing around the internet but since I assume the git developers are smart people there must a reason for the cur
I have a project for example called A and within this project I have folder called thirdparty which has 5 submodules 1,2,3,4,5 When I tag project A and pull it on my server and checkout
I'm trying to use git submodules for aggregating 10+ repositories into one structure for easy development. It is supposed to clone the module and checkout a branch. Instead, the module is checked out
I am originally svn user. In git git log shows only log from current commit. how can I get the log from HEAD?
Let's say I have a submodule which is cloned from a Github repo where I can't push to. I make changes to this submodule and commit them locally. Now, I push my repo (which contains the submodule) to
What am I doing wrong here? $ git submodule foreach git pull # fails $ cd Submodules/MBProgressHUD/ $ git diff $ git checkout master $ git pull $ cd .. $ cd .. $ git submodule foreach git pull # fails
My problem is very simple. I have project, this project includes as a submodule another project. This submodule has a .gitignore as follows: *~ ~* .DS_Store nbproject core.ini.php Yet, every time I c
Is it possible that mine .gitattributes file affects submodule? I'm interested in specifying filter and smudge/clean, so it would be applied during checkouts in submodule.
Is there a robust way to do a recursive depth-first git submodule foreach command? I am using the foreach --recursive command which does the job, except it is breadth-first. This is a problem because
This question is based on this thread. My .gitmodules is at my Home [submodule bin] path = bin url = git://github.com/masi/bin.git My folder -structure at my Home: ~ |-- [drwxr-xr-x] bin // this is
I have a commit on master, hash 6877146, which updates a submodule. $ git show 6877146 commit 6877146f1781bfbd4ec3ae2a27121a606f5f688e Author: [snip] Date: Wed Feb 22 16:10:20 2012 +0000 updating pota
I accidentally checked in a wrong submodule update: ( as part of a bigger commit ) -Subproject commit 025ffc +Subproject commit f59250 It is already pushed to the remote.. How do I undo this update?
I am not able to clone the submodule existing within my private git repository. I do have access to entire repository, Have used the below commands but dint work, please help what is the right way to