How could I add my eclipse's workspace to git repository?
I would like to add all files from eclipse's workspace to git repository. Should I manually add every single file to the repository or is there easier way to do that or they'd included automatically?
Here is the initial situation: A bare Git repository on a remote server A development Git repository on a local machine Then the remote server crashes. I keep committing changes into my local reposi
I created what I thought was a Git repository named GitRepos.git. I have been using XCode5 to commit my changes to the local repository. This is what I see when I select Source Control in XCode 5: Or
I have GAE project in my Eclipse and I want to add it to my local git repo, how can I do that?
I'm using git as the revision control software for a project. My project needs to use a 3rd party code library which uses SVN for its revision control software. (In this case the 3rd party code is a P
I have one git repository, there are many branches many commits, I want to find the latest 10 commits, how to do this , thanks!
I started using Git/SourceTree/Bitbucket lately. Can I move a local Git repository to elsewhere within my hard drive safely? Because some of the large files are ignored by Git, I cannot really pull th
steps to Make my ubuntu system as shared GIT repository. I'm using ubuntu12.04. i have installed git. how to change as remote repository
I have followed the following instructions in setting a git repository locally in one of my hard drive (1): https://trac.webkit.org/wiki/UsingGitWithWebKit I would like to know if it is possible for m
I have a node.js project local in my computer, right now, I want to push this project to remote Ubuntu server. I have create a project.git on Ubuntu server, and pushed to it. Right now, I want to run
I'm new to git..I wonder how to fetch older version from the local repository? For example First, I initialize git： cd ~/app git init git add . git commit -m init Then, I create a file: a.cpp Then,
On my iMac I am getting the error message 'Repository Offline' when trying to push or pull to and from my git repository through Xcode! in the sidebar under Source Control it has the name of my reposi
How can I make git pull from firstname.lastname@example.org:... repository and git push to email@example.com:... repository by default? In Mercurial I create .hg/hgrc with the following content: [paths] default = ssh://
I am a new user to git, a new user to content tracking/source control in general actually. I started using git about 6 months ago and have really grown to like it. Foolishly I have been tracking my co
I've got a repository which contains most of my application settings. I'd like to add .git/config from a different repo and replace it with a symlink in the original repo, but Git complains: error: In
Basically I thought I could use git for deployment as those rails cloud providers as heroku offer. So I created an app on the server, changed to that directory and did a git init in there. Next I crea
Question What are the Git commands to do the following workflow? Scenario I cloned from a repository and did some commits of my own to my local repository. In the meantime, my colleagues made commits
I have clone a git repository from the server on my laptop A running macosx. I have a laptop B running linux, how can I clone from the git repository on laptop A? How can I get the url to clone from?
If i do a git checkout <SHA> where <SHA> is some commit-id hash from git log, my repository returns to a previous stage. How can I reverse the effect of git checkout <SHA>?
How can I add files starting with dot (hidden files) in git repo? Git seems to always ignore those. When I type git add ., dotfiles in GIT_DIR are added, but not from subdirectories. On the other ha
I edited a file and did: git add file.py git commit -m 'fixed bug' I then edited another file and performed a minor bug fix. I don't want two commits, one after the other, showing 'bug fix'. I want o
I created a Git repository using gitolite. Now I would like to rename that repository. How can I do this? In gitolite's readme is says that I should not work directly on the server. But I guess I hav
I'm new to Jenkins and git too. I created a remote repository at github.com and made a local copy of it. Then I want to link it through Jenkins. I installed needed plugins for git integration, but I d
I already have a local workig space repository in /applications/mamp/htdocs/myproject/.git and i can't figure out how to clone it onto a folder in my thumbdrive and use that as my remote to push to.
Whats the point of adding multiple components to a user repository workspace. From my understanding one component is required as this is the placeholder for the source code within the local repository
We are using Gerrit for our Git repository. On a project that has been active for several months, we are suddenly unable to push any changes. When we execute git push we see the following error: error
I've got a Visual Studio solution already part of a git repository on TFS. The solution consists of a number of projects. Everything was fine until recently I renamed one of the projects. I've noticed
I just ran git init on an already existing git repo. The result is Reinitialized existing Git repository How can I undo this? Thanks!
I have a github-based git repository that represents development up to a certain point, and then a svn repository, not initialized with git svn, that has further development. I want to bring the svn c
I'm working with a git repository using git-svn. Everything went fine until the day the maintainers of the svn repository decided to move the repository to a different URL. How can I tell my git-svn c
I want to create a repository [B] that tracks a remote repository's master [A] in a branch called x_master. Its own master should also be a clone at the initial creation time that others [Devs] can cl
I know that I have git add -p to manually choose what chunks to add to the index. However, I am looking for a way to use the Git CLI API to programmatically add certain chunks. Is this possible with t
I have a git repository linked to a dropbox folder. Recently, I have switched my laptop to another, and now i can not perform the function git commit -am. I keep getting this error message: could n
I want to add a remote origin repository so that when I enter git push origin master It pushes to https://github.com/JGHInternet/tillyoudrop (to the master branch) What should the exact command look
I am using git repository for the first time. Following are the things I did I created a folder in my home directory in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS where I will keep all my project files and folders I created a
My git directory is corrupt, the remote is fine. Can I just overwrite my local .git with the remote?
I am new to Git and have done some rudimentary tutorials on how to clone, add, commit stuff. I recently git cloned an online repository on my local DEV environment with something like: git clone git@s
I'm fairly new to Git and ran into some very strange issues using Github. I have a repository on github where I want to push my changes in from Windows (using the github for windows client). All goes
I have migrated an old cvs repository (ca 13GB big) to git (ca. 2,7GB big). But I cannot clone the repo with my 32-Bit workstation. I get an out of memory error (malloc failed to allocate ca. 6 MB). I
I am trying to connect Xcode with Git (Bitbucket). I read this question/tutorial: In XCode 4 how do I add a remote GitHub repository to an existing local project? I follow all steps but I have a pro
I have created Git repository outside of Eclipse. And made commit. Now I don't have files in my workspace, but have them in git directory. How to keep them in both places? And what I did wrong?
We have bunch of repositories on GitHub and we want to switch entirely to another provider. I'm a Mercurial fan so I'm not really familiar with Git branches and unfortunatelly when cloning a git repos
I have a main git repository A and we are using sources out of another git repository B in a subdirectory of our main project. Now it would be good to have the B repository checked out within the A re
How can I push and automatically update working copy of my non-bare remote git repository? Before git people will say that this is unsafe, please let me explain why in my case this would work. I ha
I pretty new to GitHub and personally did not have time to learn too much command line. I prefer using the GitHub Mac app for my personal projects and I was curios if I can add tags with it. Basically
I created a project with local git repository using XCode 5 (preview 6), made some changes and tried to commit, and finally got the message The repository 'HelloWorld2' could not be reached, please v
I have a bare git repository, but need to access and browse its contents over ssh (in a file manager like user experience). I assume I could clone it: git clone -l <path_to_bare_repo> <new_no
How can I completely start over in-place? How can I totally wipe out everything in a Git remote repository? I am the only client currently and before I can let it go public I have to wipe out all of
Good times! Please, hint me this moment - I use the Windows account with cyrillic account-name. When I try to add my local git repository to github.com, I get the mistake Could not create directory c
I started with the default workspace C:\workspace but I mange to corrupt that by removing files so now I've created a new workspace to import the files to but I don't know how to do that. Could you te
I use composer to install FOSUserBundle in Symfony2, I can't add the bundle to my project git repository. I found in FOSUserBundle there has a .git directory and has its own config. When I use git add