Can SVN pull request same as GIT?
I am new to SVN but knew GIT. I read this question : How to send pull request on GIT
A question, can SVN pull request same as GIT ?
How can I configure git svn to use my .p12 client cert when connecting to the SVN repo? If I try to run git svn dcommit, I am asked for my 'Client certificate filename' for each revision and there are
I have a project at work that I'd like to make needlessly complexeasier by using git for my local source control. We use TFS at work, but I also have to push the source to the client's SVN server for
I have a repo on bitbucket with a project. I want to have the current up-to-date version on a server in my local network. I connect to that server via ssh and I do a git pull. Git works trough ssh. Af
How I can do this in one command on MacOSX? git stash git pull origin master git stash pop I've tried with git stash && git pull origin mater && git stash apply and works fine.
New to git, I have searched a lot, didn't find a robust solution. I got 2 projects, A and B. A contains [A code] and [SHARED CODE], B contains [B code] and [SHARED CODE]. With svn, I could put a svn e
With git-svn If I have cloned svn repository with all trunk, branches and tags, how do I create a new svn branch out of a svn branch? I know I can create a new branch from trunk (master) with git svn
I have an existing git repository with a long history. For business reasons i have to mirror that repository to a svn server. I tried several ways but always failed so far.
Is there a way to setup Findbugs (or any other static code analysis tool) in Jenkins to analyse the incoming pull requests and compare the result with the main branch? My goal is to reject pull reques
I have a svn repository (with no TLB structure if it matters) which I want to use along with git. I can do a git-svn clone, work on my changes in the git repo and commit back to the svn repo whenever
Question is simple how can I pull changes for my active branch without using full command git pull origin <branch_name> there must be shortcut for this command, is there? git checkout -b feature
What checks do you perform after the svn-to-git to make sure you have all tags/branches/commits etc. as they were on svn and nothing is lost? Checks I can think of is: Number and names of git remote
How does git svn fetch work? Where is that branch which is fetched so that I can merge or rebase with my master or other branch? Where is the data fetched because git remote doesn't give me anything o
I recently started getting following git error on 'git svn fetch' or 'git svn rebase' and other local git commands are working fine Following is the detailed error message: C:\Git\bin\perl.exe: ** una
We have recently migrated to GIT from SVN. We have setup a BARE repository on one machine in our LAN network and cloned on other machines. Now when anyone do the changes and commits we want that he se
I try to pull from origin to update a local git repository, and got the familiar message: error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: <list of files> Please,
GitHub automatically creates two references when you submit a new pull request: refs/pull/<number>/head which points to the last commit added to the pull request refs/pull/<number>/maste
I'm getting suddenly this error when I try to pull changes from repository: git pull fatal: http://guthub.com/msalsas/BunchOfColors/info/refs not valid: is this a git repository? Seems to be a typo (
Usually when I do git pull or git status it automatically fetches and merge the data from the remote branch, and show the local commits that can be pushed on that branch. A new branch have been create
This question already has an answer here: Differences between “git pull” commands when pulling from origin? 2 answers What is the difference between these two commands? git pull and git pull
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,
Now we're developing an open source mobile analytics in company by using SVN. But now we open source the code in Github. For the management, we must continue use SVN in office, so how can I get a scr
I am trying to adopt the following workflow: git svn clone a svn repository through command line (egit doesn't support git-svn) Open the project in eclipse with egit since I rather use egit to branch
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. I have a few local commits but I want to pull the latest code from the repository and don't yet want to push mine. However git pull, creates unnecessary merges. What is the right way
I checked out a friend's pull request using git checkout pr/10 after adding this to my .git/config: [branch pr/10] remote = origin merge = refs/heads/pr/10 Then I did a bunch of stuff that I can't
I'm new to GIT and GitHub (and Homebrew for that matter); the formula for emacs in the main repository is broken in OS X Lion, but there is a pull request (https://github.com/mxcl/homebrew/pull/6518
I have a development server and a couple of production ones. I do commits from the dev to a remote repository and have git push production setup, that issues a pull from the production servers. I need
I am a power git user and a happy one at that. Now, I'm forced to use svn and I am not exactly happy to do so. Not so comfortable using git svn yet. So, here is the setup I'd like and want. I use a g
Yesterday I encountered the following behaviour using the GIT command line (and Eclipse). Via command line I did git pull origin master Afterwards Eclipse showed me that my branch is 14 commits ahead
I use git-svn on windows for the first time , git svn rebase show error: fatal: index file open failed: Invalid argument Why it happened and how can i fix it ? Thanks.
I'am using git as scm of choice but have to use a svn-repo. I can create a svn-remote-branch like this: git svn branch the_branch But how can i delete the remote branch?
I'm getting this git error and I don't really get what it means, nor how I can fix it: (v_env)[nubela@nubela-desktop searchplus]$ git pull origin master From file:///home/nubela/Workspace/_git/searchp
Can I set hooks for pull/pushing from/to a git-svn managed repository? The situation is that I have a project host on Google Code, and use git to manage the local working copy. I want to set some
I can't svn up or commit. :( There is a svn centrally and I use git locally using git-svn. Basically, somehow, I added a folder that had .svn folders into the git and committed it to svn. Both git and
I can do a push using gitg and push my code to the remote master branch but I can't see any option to do a git pull. I am on Ubuntu 10 and 11
Short question: what is the git-svn equivalent of svn up -r r1130 to update only to a numbered commit (with the svn number)? I am using git-svn so I can both use git and manage (many) local branches o
My typical git-svn workflow is: git checkout -b story-xyz git commit -a -m work git commit -a -m more work git checkout master git svn fetch git merge remotes/trunk git checkout story-xyz git reba
I'm new to GIT and recently we moved our project from SVN to GIT. While moving the code-base we created GIT master repository from SVN TRUNK repo and left rest of code-base in SVN as it is. Meantime w
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 just made a new repository on github. Starting with a folder full of files, the steps I did were: git init git add -A git remote add origin ... #Now pull in the first commit that github made git pul
I created a pull request on project on github to a specific remote branch. After some time, the remote branch was deleted. How can I change the pull request to point to another branch (the master in t
I did a 'git fetch' and then a 'git pull --rebase'. It is trying to merge changes from the remote branch to my local branch. And there are some merge conflicts. So I did a 'git reset --hard'. My quest
my issue is not the same as this git-svn clone fails unexpectedly, since it can be solved by remove --no-metadata option, i have no such option in my command, my commad is simply as: git svn clone -s
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've got a git repo that imported a subdirectory of an svn repo a couple weeks ago. I tried to pull in changes from the svn repo and got the following: $ git svn fetch M data/tree.js Author: merger no
I use git svn to track a SVN repo. When I try to do a git svn rebase I am getting this error: Incomplete data: Delta source ended unexpectedly This is a large repo, with a long history. Just fetching
I often read that Hg (and Git and...) are better at merging than SVN but I have never seen practical examples of where Hg/Git can merge something where SVN fails (or where SVN needs manual interventio
I am using SVN and have a stable production branch and an unstable trunk. For each release we cherry pick the items from trunk to be merged to production. I have cloned my SVN repo with git svn so tha
In a work environment, our version control is Subversion, and that's unlikely to change. I wanted to use GIT locally, mostly for the advantage local repositories brings. Context. Base URL: http://www.
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?