Difference between git pull and git pull origin master [duplicate]
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What is the difference between these two commands?
git pull origin master
I started with a clean working directory. On branch master nothing to commit, working directory clean Then I did a git pull that failed with two permissions errors: error: unable to unlink old '.giti
Is there any difference in pushing the master branch of a local git repository to the master branch of a remote repository called origin with git push origin master or with git push origin?
With Git I have done a pull on the other developers branch, then I merged into my branch. When I ran the app I realized the other developer forgot to check in a new resource, he promptly checked it in
I do a git pull and I get merge conflicts. I resolve the merge conflicts manually and issues a pull again but Git refuses to do it as Git is still thinking that there are merge conflicts. Is there a
I'm working on a team where we have a branch called development.From the branch I created another local branch on my own computer.When I'm on the local branch, what is the difference between running t
I'm working on a local branch BDD-local and would like to get the changes from other developers. The other developers are using their own branch and once they are happy with the unit tests, they pus
I would like to undo my git pull on account of unwanted commits on the remote origin, but I don't know to which revision I have to reset back to. How can I just go back to the state before I did the g
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
How do I pull from heroku? I have wordpress running in my heroku app and i changed some stuff via the template editor. I'd like to have these changes also locally. When i try to pull from heroku i get
Is it possible to have git pull and git push in one git command? The syntax like git pull & git push doesn't suit me completely, since I need to provide my credentials to the server twice: on pull
This question already has an answer here: Undo working copy modifications of one file in Git? 7 answers I've made multiple changes to two files in a git repository (specifically, added two form
Where is git pull --force as in rm -rf and then git clone again from scratch? End result should be git diff returns nothing.
I just cant understand this. I been reading a lot on the web and books and something is just not staying in my head. Can someone please give me the dummy version of the following: git fetch vs pull an
I work in develop branch. Sometimes, when I want to push changes to origin, git say, that there are some changes in origin/master branch. How to pull changes from remote master to local master without
when I do a git pull origin master from a branch the branch is updated NOT the master. In order to update the master I need to do a git checkout master and then call git pull origin master. Why
I am new to git and I want to start doing things 'properly'. I quite like this flow: git checkout -b featurebranch git commit -m some changes // manytimes * git pull // update master to origin's hea
This error probaby has something to do with my path/environment variables but I don't know enough about those to fix this issue, any help is appreciated. git pull git: 'pull' is not a git command. See
I am new to git tortoise, and I have a few question from the training I received on git tortoise. I was told to always do a git pull right before push. However, if I make some changes to the code on
Although, I could commit my change locally, I can not push to origin master I run $ git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:username/test.git I get fatal: remote origin already exists. I run $ git push
This question already has an answer here: Merge, update, and pull Git branches without using checkouts 8 answers My remote git repo has two branches 'master' (for the next release) and 'maint'
On my git, I have a file called b.txt On my local machine, I do not have this file. I tried git pull to retrieve the file from git and place it into the directory of my local machine, but it says: A
After pulling changes committed and pushed by other developers by git pull, do I need to run git checkout or something else to get my local working copy fully synchronized with the latest version of
I often have at least 3 remote branches: master, staging and production. I have 3 local branches that track those remotes. Updating all my local branches is tedious: git fetch --all git rebase origin/
I have a question about what git push origin master does: I know that origin is the remote (aka GitHub) git push origin master is the same as git push origin master_on_my_machine:master_on_github I
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,
When using Git, I often find myself doing the following when working in master: # work work work... $ git checkout -b temp $ git commit -a -m 'more work done' $ git checkout master $ git pull origin m
I wrote a shell script to do project releasing with Git, in the shell script I first cd to the Git working copy and then do git pull origin master. But it prompts me for password: git@localhost's pass
I don't understand the second line in the output to git branch -l -a: remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master. git branch -l -a * master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/master
I can say this: git push --all origin and it will push all branches to origin. But if I do this: git pull --all origin then it doesn't pull all the branches from origin, it just returns an error: fa
I've done git pull. After that I got this message: # Please enter a commit message to explain why this merge is necessary, # especially if it merges an updated upstream into a topic branch. # # Lines
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 running a git pull, but i am getting the following error: error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: config.js Please, commit your changes or stash them befo
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
I ran git pull origin and now I have some issues with merge my branch with a master. Here's what I did: commit all changes on my branch git checkout master git pull origin master git checkout my bran
Pushing a commit to the remote origin displays the warning message: remote: Pull is not possible because you have unmerged files. remote: Please, fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm
What are the differences between git pull and git fetch?
I'm working with a git repo that has an empty master and multiple branches. When I do a git pull, it only seems to pull stuff down for the master but does not apply for the branches. I find myself hav
I am looking for a way of detecting up front whether a git pull or git merge would fail. The sort of script I want to perform is to update a server. git fetch git okay stop server backup data git merg
On a particular project I am using git to work on a fork of a shared repo. On this fork only I (and occasionally a bot like requires.io) have pushed commits to origin/master, so there is on concern ab
I have the following setup: A server (centOS) with git and a repository for a project on the same server. What I need to do is to be able to pull from the repository without being asked for password
Lets say there is a team with 4 developers. We also have a central repository for our project. Developers push and pull from central repository. Here(in Decentralized but centralized section) it says
I'm running (in a script - trying to avoid using cd): git --git-dir=/test/.git --work-tree=/test/ pull And getting: fatal: /usr/lib/git-core/git-pull cannot be used without a working tree. Note that
Is there a way to show all commits like a verbose or debug function when using git pull origin master? I just want to see what changes are committed.
Is there any way to disable git pull? I'd like to either make it not work or not do anything, so that, when typing it by mistake, it won't cause me problems.
Pulling any branch from any repository from a computer inside the git server's LAN works. However, on any remote computer (not on the same LAN as the git server), pulling master from any repository wo
In over my head here. My repo was public, but is now private. I'm trying to pull from origin on my CentOS box via command line. When I try to do git pull origin I get: error: The requested URL return
I know about this were written a lot of notes,but they doesn't help me. I have tried git push origin master:master but this doesnt help me? any suggestion? Thanks.
What I'm interested in is seeing which branch master is configured to push to and pull from? I'm using git version 1.9.3 Currently the only solution I have found is git remote show [remote]. Which if
I have a problem with running git pull from a php script on a remote server. I have looked at a lot of different sources to make it work but none works for me. So what have I done so far: Created the
I did git pull origin newbranch:newbranch ... but for some reason.. this tried merging newbranch in my origin with master in local.. and it resulted in conflict .. 1)how do i undo the half done merge?